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TABLESWIN – ICE PREVIEW


Tableswin announces connected technology for live table games


: The company is showcasing their latest portfolio of integrated gaming products at this year’s ICE; find Tableswin at stand S8-243


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ableswin is a technologically- advanced casino furniture brand at the cutting edge of design and manufacturing excellence. Created by the renowned Meneghetti


Mobili interiors company, famous for its long-standing Bassano artisan joinery since 1986, Tableswin draws upon decades of dedicated craftsmanship. The company is showcasing their latest


portfolio of integrated gaming products at this ICE to mark a ten-year anniversary as an industry supply house. General Manager Massimo Meneghetti explains: “There’s a lot of excitement around the team this year at reaching this landmark and particularly so due to the new products on offer such as our Ubertable and Spectra Wheel concepts, and the innovation levels they will bring to market. Our business team has expanded over the last year due to the unprecedented growth we have experienced and this year’s show will be our biggest to date.”


Tableswin have made a number of key appointments to the business team over the last year, including Marc Sadler, an award- winning designer of innovative consumer products and Anton Churchill, a gaming business veteran with a proven record in international markets. “We are extremely pleased to have added such quality of knowledge and experience to our team, and their involvement will only accelerate our product innovation levels and route to market further,” commented Massimo Meneghetti. The company is showcasing a number of key


products this year including their Ubertable range of gaming furniture, Winscreen table displays, Spectra range of roulette wheels and Tablevision table yield system, all of which have been designed to be supremely functional as stand-alone products or as integrated solutions. The Ubertable concept is a game-changer


in casino furnishings. The first and only range of gaming tables designed to allow for total integration of today’s technology needs, it offers tangible return on investment, with greatly reduced maintenance and servicing costs, thanks to its innovative use of materials and unique modular construction. The Spectra Wheel features onboard


intelligence and reinvents roulette for the 21st Century with unique synchronised motion lighting in the rotor numbering and a distinctive illuminated turret for signalling game status, and highlighting the winning number or drawing attention to sections of the wheel for popular French bets. Tablevision provides the ultimate player


activity monitoring system designed to enhance the live game experience, it also delivers tangible benefits for security, profitability and dealer performance. Featuring discreetly embedded camera recognition and sensor technology with integrated table displays, Tablevision provides live game validation and detailed performance


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analysis information on every game and player. Tracking spin rates and card hands dealt, the system also offers unrivalled performance management tools and delivers progressive jackpot gaming requiring no intrusive table hardware, providing a critical performance measure to ensure maximum gaming yield. The company recently signed a mutual collaboration agreement with Italian systems provider GTI Gaming to distribute the Casino CIMS 3.0 live games management system which uses wireless tracking and secure Smart currency to track every chip from vault to table and back again, eliminating human error and maximising profitability. The Casino CIMS system optimises chip


inventory flow, protects against counterfeit and collects valuable information on player behaviour. Thanks to real-time tracking, managers can instantly assess gaming activity, including buy-in/cash-out levels, win/loss information, game turnover and dealer performance. Object recognition and embedded wireless technology provides end-to-end automatic tracking of each individual casino chip, and yet is completely undetectable to the human eye or touch. Massimo Meneghetti commented: “We are


very excited at the prospect of working alongside this cutting-edge technology with our integrated products which together, offer a powerful combination of cost-effective and practical solutions capable of delivering unrivalled management efficiency.”


Visitors to ICE can find Tableswin at stand S8-243


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