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GPI – ICE PREVIEW


GPI showcases vast line of SMART RFID solutions at ICE


Gaming Partners International returns to ExCel in London for this year’s ICE show, backed by its proud reputation as a leading global supplier of an unsurpassed variety of table game products including chips, plaques, jetons, layouts, playing cards, dice and SMART RFID products and solutions. Visit stand S8-230 for more


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his year’s ICE show will be a highlight of GPI’s most current of an ever-expanding line of currency security features, including its SMART RFID products and solutions. Along with the newest version of the GPI developed Chip Inventory


System (CIS) software, customers will surely recognize the value that the collection of innovative products can provide. Commitment to the research and development of new and


innovative products and services has produced a wide range of offerings not available anywhere else in the industry. GPI is the only gaming supplier to develop and introduce two new lines of gaming currency, the Bourgogne et Grasset (BG) V-Series injection molded chips and J3 Jetons. GPI also offers its exclusive gaming chip cleaner, the Wave Workstation, which is an efficient and cost-effective solution to cleaning gaming chips and will be demonstrated at the show. With currency security being a vital concern for gaming


operators, GPI is always a step ahead in addressing that concern with its constantly evolving collection of security offerings. One of its new currency security features available in both its BG Premium and V-Series molded chips and Paulson traditional compression molded chips are Intricate Edge Inserts. This new advanced feature allows for the inclusion of more complex edge insert designs that cannot be achieved through traditional injection molding methods. As a result, customers can incorporate edge inserts with multiple colors, designs and security taggants. Highlighting our showcase will be


GPI’s expanded offerings of its exclusive high frequency RFID technology SMART RFID. SMART already offers faster and more accurate chip reads but when combined with the newly updated Casino Inventory System (CIS) software, SMART delivers an even


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more advanced currency tracking and authentication solution to an already robust and anti-counterfeit system. Among the variety of GPI’s security offerings will be its RFID Matrix antennas, which has the capability of reading individual betting spots to enhance player tracking and ensure game integrity. GPI is looking forward to demonstrating its new and technologically advanced SMART RFID solutions that can provide exceptional operational benefits to our customers. For table layout needs, GPI has several layout material options for customers to sample. GPI’s layouts offer sharp, vibrant color with options that can duplicate almost any photo or sophisticated design with exacting precision. Options available for all game types, they provide an exceptional playing surface and that provides extraordinary design flexibility.


For more information, visit GPI booth #S8-230 or visit www.gpigaming.com.


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