Lucky Strike gains Table Trac’s games management system

Lucky Strike gains Table Trac’s games management system

Table Trac is expanding its US retail gaming footprint further still after also enhancing its collaboration with Stillwater Gaming and the group Lucky Strike Casino.

This has seen the company, which designs, develops and sells casino management systems, install its CasinoTrac management system at the Carson City gaming venue.

CasinoTrac is currently operating in casinos across 13 countries including the United States, Central and South America, the Caribbean, and Australia.

Chad Hoehne, President of Table Trac, noted: “CasinoTrac’s full featured online CMS system for customer facing and back of the house casino operations is gaining a reputation for reliability and value for casino operators. We are proud to be expanding with Stillwater Gaming with that reliability and value.”

Stillwater Gaming owns and operates multiple casino properties located in Carson Valley, Churchill County and Lyon County all in Nevada. These locations feature slot machines as well as entertainment, hotels, bars and restaurants.

“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,” commented Scott Tate of Stillwater Gaming.  

“I am impressed with the stability of the CasinoTrac system as we have utilised it over the last couple of years at two of our casinos. 

“Additionally, I particularly like the fact that Table Trac is a company dedicated completely to gaming systems. 

“That focus appears to be what drives the quality of the system and the culture of the Table Trac team.”  

This latest alliance alongside Stillwater’s Lucky Strike Casino follows Table Trac detailing its performance through the first quarter during May. This saw the group report net income of $1.26m, up 104.8 per cent from $616,007.

Author: Ava Harvey