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Monday, 30 April 2018 15:24
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Matsui will be showcasing the latest additions to its gaming chip product line at G2E Asia in 2018.

The company will launch newly designed gaming chips and new security features which were recently expanded in its product portfolio.

Adding to the traditional security features such as UV marking, Matsui is introducing its exclusive MG EYE security, MG Eye Edge, Laser Trace and new generation EAS gate check system.

The new casino chip series, including Heavy Weight Inner Ring Style decal chips, is also be being introduced this year.

Shigeki Machida, Managing Director of Matsui Asia, said, “We are very excited to introduce these new gaming chips as well as our other core products such as highly durable heavyweight layouts to our customers at G2E Asia 2018.

“We will provide the demo of the latest technologies of security features for gaming chips including RFID. We believe that these new developments will provide even more choice and better performance for our customers.”

In response to the high demand for Matsui’s gaming chips and table layout, the company is planning to expand its production capacity again with new machinery and equipment to further speed up the production.

“We have been re-investing a lot of our revenue to improve the quality of our products and upgrade our production facility,” Machida said.

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