Matsui will be showcasing the latest additions to its gaming chip product line, including their new casino chip series, Oval Premier Decal Chips and also a very unique new chips design, which will be launched.
A demo of PJM RFID chips, licensed by its partner, Walker Digital Table Systems, will also be on display.
"We are thrilled to introduce these new gaming chips as well as our other core products such as highly durable heavy weight layouts to our customers." said managing director of Matsui's Macau subsidiary, Shigeki Machida. "At G2E Asia 2019, by way of the collaboration with WDTS, we will provide the demo of our PJM RFID Chips with their Perfect Pay Baccarat table and their Perfect Counter. Operators are increasingly aware of the importance of casino chip
security, we believe that the new development and our partnership with WDTS will surely provide even more choice and better security options to our customers.”
The Matsui Group is celebrating their 40th anniversary this year. Established in August 1980 in Tokyo, Japan, the company was started by founder, Takashi Matsui as a billiard table cloth supplier who served to local clients in Japan.
Now Matsui is one of the top few names in gaming chips and table equipment supply worldwide.
Their gaming chips under their own brand "Matsui Chips" has been supplied to more than 1,000 casinos in 100+ countries.
Their offices and subsidiaries are located worldwide, namely in Japan, Korea, Manchester, Las Vegas, Moscow and Macau with the head office in Tokyo.
"We are very excited to have this commemorative 40th anniversary year as a group company. Our team members are looking forward to meeting our friends and new clients at G2E Asia" said Machida.
Visit Matsui at stand #A1319 at the show.
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