Abbiati Casino Equipment exhibited at G2E Asia 2019 in Macau last 21 -23 May 2019 showcasing their wide portfolio of professional equipment for casinos along with the new products launched in the market during the last months.
“Also this year G2E affirmed itself as an exciting show where supply and demand can easily meet each other. The experience and the professional organization provided by Reed Exhibitions reinforced the involvement of all the attendees and exhibitors increasing the success of the show. Macau confirmed to be a perfect place to host such a gaming expo: thanks to its vibrant atmosphere it is able to gather all the business operators in a unique event,” claimed Giorgio Abbiati, CEO of the company.
For this edition of G2E, Abbiati decided to double their exhibition space with two booths A519 & A525: “The intention was to reinforce our presence in this strategic show for the Asia market. We wanted to dedicate an area of our space for the presentation of our new RFID system, which can be integrated into our tables for the tracking of chips and plaques,” continues Abbiati.
The booth A525 was reserved for the exhibition of the new RFID technology “PJM Perfect Pay”, which Abbiati has developed in partnership with Walker Digital Table Systems (WDTS). The last 13.56 MHz PJM 3.0 RFID technology allows operators to track all the chips and plaques in play having a perfect control on the game at the table. The new security technology can be integrated into all Abbiati chips and plaques and can be combined with further security features, such as holograms, 3-in-1 UV sensitive colors, Laser Tracer technology and Optical Variable Inks.
The last RFID technology was integrated into the new Asian Style Baccarat table featured by fine stitching, prestigious finishing in Corian & composite along with the modern details such as USB chargers and Wi-Fi charging. The table top host a microfiber cloth featured by the new Perfect Pay game by WDTS company.
Chips and plaques represent for Abbiati the key product for the Asia market, as they register a great success in many of the major casinos of the area. For this reason, Abbiati presented their new lines of Tie chips, the patented line, which can be customized according to clients’ needs. Along with the new line of Tie, a complete range of chips was presented: the new line is featured by holo-prismatic effects in the decal that reinforces the security of casino Value Chip.
The high end of the new SicBo table manufactured by Abbiati was also a focal points for visitors —it was the first time the table was presented to the Asia market. The refined material and finishing along with the eco-leather and composite materials, with PVD gold inserts, caught the attention of attendees. The table is completed by an integrated lighted panel, which shows the winning bet combinations played.
Furthermore, Abbiati presented a new Black Jack table featured by elegant lighting system on table bases. At the table, Abbiati displayed the new game Side-Bonus Baccarat by Stephen Au-Yeung and the new Mini Punto Banco Winning Number game by an Italian game inventor. Both the inventors were present at the booth to show these new games, for which Abbiati is the exclusive worldwide distributor.
Attendees of G2E had also the chance to see one of the key products of the company: the GLI-25 certified American Roulette Laser Wheels with an upgraded patented invisible laser technology (Class 1A). Abbiati exhibited the new K-Wheel wheel, which has a new ball track profile that enables roulette wheels to achieve a higher level of performance with increased security. A second brand-new roulette wheel has 18 double numbers for the new game called Roulette-18 designed by the game inventor Stephen Au-Yeung. It is a new variation of the traditional game of the Roulette to create new entertainment for casino players.
All Abbiati roulette wheels and tables can be integrated with a wide range of high-end displays featured by the most innovative technology to facilitate the control of all the games and create game data for casino management. All the displays can have bespoke graphics, customized cabinets and a range of various designs and finishes.