Table Trac, Inc. was founded in 1995 when our founder, Chad Hoehne, and his partners, noticed deficiencies in the management and player tracking systems available to table game operations.
Given those deficiencies, they created and patented TableTrac™, a unique table games management system that provided robust accounting and reporting, player tracking, and rewarding, and could seamlessly integrate with other third-party casino management systems.
As TableTrac™ evolved and demand for the system grew, clients approached us to design a complete casino management system that would allow them to utilize everything they loved about TableTrac™ across their entire slot floor. We obliged, and after months of programming and testing, we developed a state-of-the-art suite of casino management products. CasinoTrac™ was born!
CasinoTrac™ is regularly tested and is approved by BMM Test Labs to GLI-13, GLI-16, and GLI-18 in addition to 5 state commercial gaming and dozens of tribal gaming commission requirements. We are licensed and operate in multiple states, tribal, and international gaming jurisdictions.
For over 25 years, Table Trac™ has been a publicly-traded company under the ticker symbol TBTC. We maintain strict compliance with Sarbanes-Oxley and SEC governance regulations giving full disclosure of our company to all of our current and potential clients.
Pineault speaks to the GA Huddle about:
- Mohegan events and sports betting
- Mohegan's partnership with the Soloviev Group
- The potential casino and Freedom Plaza elements if Mohegan and Soloviev are awarded a New York City Casino license
- Plans and progress surrounding the Inspire Entertainment Resort in South Korea
GA HUDDLE #037
Kevin Dennis - The Innovation Group & Troy Ross - TRM Public Affairs
Troy Ross, President TRM Public Affairs
Kevin Dennis, SVP Canada, The Innovation Group
Dennis and Ross join the GA Huddle to discuss one year of regulated sports betting in Ontario, reflecting on the market so far, its recently released sports betting figures and projections for the future.
Does it get bigger than the Big Apple? With the race for an NYC casino license heating up, the city is certainly getting plenty of attention for gaming right now. Accordingly, our magnificent team has produced an i...