Emily Io Senior VP of Sales, Walker Digital Table Systems When did you arrive in Macau and in what capacity? I returned to Macau from the U.S. in March 2003 seeking opportunities but certainly had not expected to settle for over a decade and a half now. I had chosen the public sector, in investor […]
WDTS, known for its Perfect Pay RFID-enabled gaming tables and chip trays, will be showcasing new products at G2E Asia alongside PJM3.0 casino chip suppliers. Neil Crossan, WDTS Chief Commercial Officer, is looking forward to demonstrating the capabilities of the Perfect Pay platform. “Perfect Pay increases game speed, availability and security, while our real-time automated […]
Table game technology has come a very long way from the days of the “dumb table”. As operators and their customers become more demanding, gaming suppliers have had to invest heavily in R&D to provide the right services to the market. Floor-wide, real-time data has become the catalyst for much of these advancements. For example, […]
Aruze Gaming America has obtained a license from Walker Digital Table Systems allowing use of its RFID chip technology on a new line of casino gaming chips. The agreement allows Aruze use of WDTS’s PJM3.0, which features a read rate of 1,200 chips per second. “As we expand our business, we’re partnering with the best […]
Stories were shared, food was consumed and lots of laughs were had at St. Regis Macao on Wednesday night, where more than 300 gaming industry executives came over for our very first annual reunion party. The momentous night started with a lively Suppliers Cocktail Networking Party at The Manor at St Regis Macau, bringing over […]
Gaming Partners International Corp and Walker Digital Table Systems (WDTS), LLC, have announced that they are expanding their working relationship to develop and enhance their RFID technologies. RFID is utilized in a variety of table game applications, including gaming currency and table game solutions. “We are excited that WDTS and GPIC will collaborate on […]
The development of new technologies is creating opportunities to optimize casino operations in a way that would not have been thought possible a few years ago, in particular when it comes to table management, though there is debate over which systems provide the best solution.