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AGEM Member Profile: Matsui America Inc.

AGEM Member Profile: Matsui America Inc.

Matsui America Inc. manufactures and supplies casino live table games and equipment to casinos worldwide. Based in Tokyo, Matsui Asia handles Asia and Oceania, Matsui Europe handles East Asia and Africa, and Matsui America handles all of the Americas.

This year Matsui is introducing a new chip mold, the CC.900 series chips, the company’s heavyweight inner-ring style chips that can be installed with RFID tags. The CC.900 is just one of 40 new molds that Matsui is adding to its already-extensive chip line, which comes in a variety of sizes as well as colors. These new chips also have bigger decals, so the design that’s used will stand out. Matsui also has a standard inner ring that can be used for these chips that the customer can choose from. As always, Matsui strives to provide the best service and products to its customers.

“We heard, we listened, and now we were able to come out with this new addition. We know the customers will love it!” says Matsui’s Roxana Orellana.

Please visit the Matsui website at matsui-americainc.com, where customers can find the latest products, catalogs and also a link to design their own chips that lets you select your mold color and glitter options.

Contact sales@matsui-americainc.com for complete information.

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