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PGIC: Table iD sales pass 1,000

There has been a high level of customer acceptance of the system's Table Manager and Chip Manager modules

Progressive Gaming International Corporation announced that sales of Table iD, the industry’s leading table game management system, have passed 1,000 units in 25 North American casinos.

    Company officials say there has been a high level of customer acceptance of the system’s Table Manager and Chip Manager modules, including high-speed 13.56-MHz radio frequency identification embedded in the gaming chips.

    The Table iD tracking and bet recognition technology, jointly owned, developed and marketed by Progressive and International Game Technology, is an automated table game system that combines table management software and RFID chip tracking.

    Progressive and IGT have secured agreements for installations of Table iD in North America from numerous large corporate customers. Nearly one-third of the installations contemplated in the current agreements addressing the North American market utilize both the player tracking and the high speed RFID bet recognition capabilities of Table iD.

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