Publish Date: 07/15/2022
Fact checked by: Mike Goodpaster
Stillwater Gaming’s Lucky Strike Casino in Nevada has picked Table Trac’s Casino Trac management system for their gaming floor. The technology, which is supposed to be expandable for casinos of all sizes, includes a proprietary table game management system.
CasinoTrac allows casinos to have comprehensive functioning in all of their activities, and this new partnership is expected to fully meet the parties’ expectations. The management system provides casino businesses with extensive access to everything from revenue to accounting, audits, IT, marketing, and exclusive Players Club choices.
The technology presently conducts millions of transactions every day at more than 150 casinos across the world. Moreover, it also offers a straightforward user interface and design that does not require much maintenance.
According to Stillwater Gaming’s program manager, CasinoTrac is a system that may offer “great value” since it is built and maintained by specialists.
“When I think about CasinoTrac, I see great value. The system is developed and supported by professionals who are truly focused on the end-user – casino guests,” he said.
Dale also highlighted the system’s excellent stability, which Stillwater was able to monitor over the course of two years at two of its casinos while adding that Table Trac’s complete focus to gaming systems as a method of driving “the quality of the system and the culture of the Table Trac Team.”
Meanwhile, Table Trac president Chad Hoehne expressed enthusiasm about the new partnership, as well as the company’s excitement about growing its presence in the American market with Stillwater Gaming.
“We are proud to be expanding with Stillwater Gaming with that reliability and value,” Hoehne said.
Stillwater Gaming now runs numerous casino sites in the Nevada counties of Lyon, Carson Valley, and Churchill.
Meanwhile, Table Trac obtained a license in Wisconsin in February. Table Trac has received clearance from the Wisconsin Division of Gaming to implement its gaming management system at Wisconsin casinos.