Take a look at the photo below. Can you tell the difference between these two roulette balls? No? And yet, one of them can cause disaster.

two roulette balls


So what about these two dice? Are they the same and harmless as well? Wrong! You wouldn't want one of them to be used on your table.

two gaming dice


Every casino in the world strives for safety and security. Not only for the safety of players and staff but also for its protection against fraud. You know it. There are cameras everywhere, chips are RFID and copy-protected by being multi-colored, the playing cards have various security features (by the way, you can also find quality cards in our offer - click here and see our cards). Simply put, casinos are working hard not to be robbed. We, the manufacturers, are helping them, for example, by not allowing the average person to order casino-branded chips or customized playing cards. But how do casino staff avoid fraud with fake roulette balls or dice, which can usually be bought at various e-shops and tampered with easily? Moreover, if it is modified, it is so sophisticated that it cannot be distinguished from the genuine ones. What about that?

As with other elements of security in the casino, it would be the best possible solution to leave the electronics to do their magic. But is there such a possibility at all? Of course, we have it! It is a Ball & Dice tester from Bono (click here to see it on our website).

Ball & Dice Tester device for casinos


Our device is designed to recognize and detect all ferrous and non-ferrous metals with which dice or roulette balls can be modified. Its use is super easy. Just turn it on and insert the ball or dice into the hole. The device immediately reports whether a ball or dice being used is OK. Simple as that!


Ball & Dice tester with genuine dice

When no light is on, everything is fine and the game can begin.

Ball & Dice tester detecting non-ferrous metalBall & Dice tester detecting ferromagnetic metal

But if it lights up red or blue, it's time to call the casino security! Blue light flashes when non-ferrous metals are detected and red one turns on when ferromagnetic metals are detected.