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Abbiati showed exclusive high-end equipment


Abbiati Casino Equipment demonstrated its seemingly endless capacity to anticipate market trends and develop new lines with its Roulette Wheels and new Asian Style Punto Banco Baccarat table featuring an elegant lighting system on the table base.


“ICE is one of our biggest shows and certainly the best show from a European operations perspective,” said Misty Rodda, Business Development Manager - Te Americas at Abbiati Casino Equipment. “We offer a complete turnkey solution with leading gaming equipment and chips of the highest security.


“We have been producing high quality casino equipment for over 40 years and our latest tables are testament to that heritage – especially the Led Petal Table and new tables, called ‘2020 Style’, specifically designed for the show.”


Abbiati displayed an updated version of Illumina gaming tables, on AR in this case, together with a new Progressive System. Both products were produced in partnership with BHS – BÖHM which continues to push in EMEA together with a Sic-Bo game represented in full Asian Style.


Roulette 18, developed by game inventor Stephen


Au-Yeung, proved immensely popular on the booth. Roulette 18 is a variant of the standard 38 numbered version of the game, with the wheel featuring two copies of each of the numbers from 0 to 18.


Abbiati’s casino currency products, such as chips and plaques, incorporate several new security technologies including 13.56 MHz PJM RFID. Tis technology helps casinos to record all movements in real time, allowing the operator to have total visibility and information of chip movements, with the added advantage of the security that the chips being played have been authorised.


Te new security technology can be integrated in all Abbiati’s casino currency products and can also be combined with additional security features such as holograms, 3-in-1 UV sensitive colours, Laser Tracer technology and Optical Variable Inks.


Abbiati were also displaying their latest range of


Beatrice Biamino, Office Assistant, and Misty Rodda, Business Development Manager – The Americas


tables, displays, chairs, wool and microfiber layouts, cards and gaming accessories. All Abbiati’s products can be customised to the unique requirements of the customer –from quality and design through to budget and material combinations.


“Abbiati family and the team would like to thank all the existing and potential customers who visited our booth,” added Misty.


Italy’s Custom looks to


bring ticketing to life Italian company Custom has developed a range of digital signage and Augmented Reality solutions aiming to change the end consumer's experience and optimise the work-flow of casino, betting or lottery operators


Jordan Levin, Group Chief Executive, SG Digital; Micky Swindale (who chaired the discussion), CEO, KPMG Islands Group; and Shay Segev, COO, GVC Group. Front row, left to right, are Michael Tobin, CEO, Continent 8; John Coleman, CEO, Microgaming; Richard Carter, CEO, SBTech; Shimon Akad, COO, Playtech; and Jay Stubina, Co-founder, Continent 8.


Continent 8 brings together iGaming leaders at ICE 2020


A busy schedule on the show floor was matched in the conferences running alongside ICE for Continent 8 Technologies, who brought together some of the best known leaders in iGaming for a panel discussion at the ICE London expo


Te ‘Leaders and Legends’ event, chaired by Micky Swindale, CEO, KPMG Islands Group, featured Jordan Levin, Group Chief Executive, SG Digital; John Coleman, CEO, Microgaming; Shay Segev, COO, GVC Group; Richard Carter, CEO, SBTech; and Shimon Akad, COO, Playtech.


Continent 8 provides facilities and networks to support iGaming operations in Europe, Asia and the Americas. Te company invited their clients to submit questions beforehand and to go along to listen to the panellists discuss the hottest topics in iGaming. Key issues included the impact of Brexit


on the UK market; growth in Latin America, USA and Africa; marketing strategies and industry trends; and regulatory issues. Te panellists also gave their view on what will be ‘the next big thing’ in iGaming. You can watch a video of the discussion on Continent 8’s social media channels or via the ‘News and Blogs’ section of the company’s website.


Michael Tobin, CEO of Continent 8, said: “Te panel was the highlight of a busy and successful attendance at ICE London. Our clients and partners welcomed the opportunity to take part in the panel session, for which we are extremely grateful. A massive thank you to our panellists, chair, and to everyone who attended. It’s a brilliant start to 2020 and we look forward to a busy year ahead.”


“ICE London was also an opportunity for Continent 8 to talk to existing and potential clients about its many recent successes, and plans for 2020,” he added. “In 2019 it significantly expanded its global footprint to over 50 connected locations across Europe, Asia and the Americas. 2020 will see further global growth, plus product innovation and investment which began with a new Cloud WAF product being launched at ICE London.”


By using AR, Custom is aiming to enhance the customer experience by allowing them to access real technological support using their own eyes and devices. In layman’s terms, this allows customers to use their mobile phones to scan a TITO coupon to bring the ticket to life, map attractions or illustrate amenities and offers. It can be used to display information, video, game statistics or advertising. Alongside this, the company was showing the TK306, the smallest LED colour available.


Designed and developed to make its mark on the entire entertainment world, its Dry Toner technology delivers colour print quality (1,200 dpi resolution). LED-head technology without moving components means a total absence of nozzle maintenance, unlike with inkjet and laser printers. Alessandro Mastropasqua, Communications and Marketing manager, said: “Tis really is revolutionary for the market. It is the first real solution that eliminates the need for pre-orders of prints and unused post-event tickets – difficulties encountered throughout the entertainment sector but also throughout the MICE (meetings, incentives, conferences and exhibitions) sector. From sports to culture via festivals and fairs, conferences and events, it offers the best colour printing quality, the most innovative technology for visual identification applications such as badges/tickets/single ID cards and labels, which are increasingly used in small, medium and large companies.”


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