Gaming Partners International Corporation (GPI), the gaming industry's leading manufacturer and supplier of casino chips and other table game supplies, today announced that the Company will present chips and plaques available in 125 KHz or 13.56 MHz frequencies, both proven and readily available technologies, at the International Casino Exhibition (ICE) in London January 23 - 25, 2007.

During the Exhibition, GPI will introduce its innovative, RFID-based Electronic Chip Surveillance (ECS) system utilizing 125 KHz RFID tags embedded in the chips which trigger an alarm when stolen casino chips are taken through electronic sensor gates. This combines the operational benefits of the 125 KHz frequency casino currency control with increased security protection against employee theft.

In addition to the launch of the ECS system, GPI's booth will feature live demonstrations of all its lines of RFID chips and readers with various casino currency control and table management applications. GPI's poker table display will feature an embedded reader capable of instantly counting up to 800 chips and calculating both the total value of the pot and the operator's commission.

Arising out of GPI's recently announced strategic alliance with Progressive Gaming International Corporation, the companies will be jointly demonstrating a complete blackjack table utilizing the Table iD(TM) System, developed by Progressive Gaming International, IGT and Shuffle Master, with GPI's 13.56 MHz RFID-embedded casino currency.