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GPI Supplies Wild Horse Pass

Gaming Partners International Corporation announced that Arizona's Gila River Gaming Enterprises contracted the supplier to provide all table games and casino chips to its new Wild Horse Pass Hotel & Casino in Phoenix, Arizona, which opened October 30

GPI Supplies Wild Horse Pass

Gaming Partners International Corporation announced that Arizona’s Gila River Gaming Enterprises contracted the supplier to provide all table games and casino chips to its new Wild Horse Pass Hotel & Casino in Phoenix, Arizona, which opened October 30.

GPI supplied Wild Horse Pass, the third casino enterprise of the Gila River Indian Community, with all of its 71 table games. The hand-crafted gaming tables are custom-built for the property and feature unique lighting elements and a mosaic tile design.

The casino chips are from the company’s popular Paulson line of chips, and include proprietary design and security features unique to the casino.

“Having worked closely with Gila River Gaming Enterprises on its original Wild Horse Pass Casino as well as its other casino properties, we were thrilled to be chosen to supply the gaming tables and equipment for their newest facility,” said Greg Gronau, president and CEO of GPI. “The Wild Horse Pass Hotel & Casino is an exciting new project in the Phoenix area and we were proud being a part of their successful opening.”

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