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G2E PREVIEW


GPI leads into G2E with the latest products


Paulson Premium chips, B&G V-Series, SMART RFID – GPI has all of your secure table game currency needs on booth 4433


G


aming Partners International will be bringing its industry- leading portfolio of casino currency and


table game products offerings to this year’s Global Gaming Expo being held as the Sands Expo.


GPI leads the industry in offering


the latest innovations in gaming currency and gaming currency security features. Our Paulson, Bud Jones and B&G currency product lines offer an unparalleled array of design and security feature options.


We are excited to showcase the


latest addition to our Paulson chip line with the introduction of our new Paulson Premium chips. Our Paulson Premium chip combines our traditional Paulson chip with the same décor materials used in our high-end European-style plaques and jetons. A specially selected and complementary ring of décor is added to the outer chip ring. The result is a stunning and unique piece of currency that is both aesthetically pleasing and difficult to counterfeit.


Under our B&G brand, we will also be highlighting our brand new line of plastic injection molded chips. Our new V-Series chips were developed using an innovative and exclusive, highly durable injection material formula. With the large amount of handling of casino currency by dealers and players alike, we have also included ChipShield, an anti-fungal, helps keep the gaming chips cleaner, longer for a more sanitary chip surface. Our V-Series chips were designed to offer a whole new range of versatile edge spot patterns that can be created with a choice between two different size decals. For customers who order the V-Series with four or more color shots, the chips come standard with an infra-red security feature exclusive to GPI.


GPI has the most extensive suite of currency


security features available in the industry. Customers can see demonstrations of some of our newer offerings including 3-in-1 UV and SecuriFilm. Our 3-in-1 UV is a security taggant that remains invisible under standard UV wavelengths but revealed with a special device. Because it can be added to plastic injection- molded chip materials, it is easy to validate chips when placed in stacks or racks. SecuriFilm is used on a chip’s decal and features a semi-transparent hologram-like


effect. SecuriFilm can be easily authenticated at the table and includes an additional covert security feature enabling a higher level of validation.


Customers will be able to see firsthand demonstrations of our new exclusive SMART RFID offerings. SMART offers the latest advancement is casino currency RFID technology and when used with our Chip Inventory System (CIS) software, SMART delivers a complete currency tracking and authentication solution. GPI offers all the necessary components from SMART RFID currency, both antennas and readers.


Visitors can expect a full demonstration of our complete line of table game products and accessories required for a live game. Our casino quality Gemaco brand playing cards and wide range of layout material options will be on display as well as examples of our custom gaming furniture.


For more information, visit our booth, #4433 or visit www.gpigaming.com.


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