he comprehensive offering of Abbiati products on booth number 2311 will include a number of live gaming tables, such as poker, black jack and American roulette, accomplished with winning number displays, a large variety of accessories, including synthetic and wool layouts.
Giorgio Abbiati, CEO of Abbiati Casino Equipment, had stated that G2E Las Vegas 2010 attendees will see the best of the company products. He alos said that, following an increased interest received from the clients for RFID applications, Abbiati Casino Equipment had prepared a totally new line of RFID Chips and Plaques designed especially for Las Vegas show.
Abbiati is going to introduce to the customers their newest product line of Ceramic Chips dedicated specially to poker, tournaments and cash games. The characteristics of the product which combine a great quality, an attractive price and the possibility to have the most unusual design and style, will attract lots of clients interested in Poker.
During the exhibition, the Italian firm will also introduce to the customers an enriched line of playing cards, which, according to the firm, will definitely capture the attention with the two key points very important to the casinos which are a fast delivery and an attractive price.
Giorgio Abbiati is positive about the significance of the Las Vegas gaming show. According to him, “Las Vegas is the ideal place to present Abbiati products and services to the decision makers from many different countries and markets, having an excellent opportunity to personally meet our partners and customers.”
Terry Clarke, Commercial Director of Abbiati company, had agreed with the importance of the G2E Las Vegas show, saying that Abbiati, once again, “will be demonstrating how its products continue to improve using new innovative materials, designs and technologies.”
Clarke had stated that Abbiati “prides itself on its flexibility and ability to manufacture customized equipment for its customers and is convinced, that Abbiati product range will inspire many decision makers, bringing in the future many interesting and successful collaborations.”