KTMobile™ by CasinoTrac™ Approved in NV

May 7, 2024

Table Trac, Inc., (OTCQX: TBTC), a unified platform for Casino Operations, Management, and Player Loyalty, announced today that its mobile application, KTMobile, has successfully completed a field trial and is approved for use in Nevada by the Nevada Gaming Control Board.

KTMobile is a suite of native mobile apps for Android and iOS devices that offers casino guests an easy-to-use interface to access their account information and view promotions and advertisements. These apps also allow guests access to loyalty features like those available at promotional kiosks.

KTMobile is also a virtual player's card, which supports the transfer of credits between a guest's account and an electronic gaming device.  KTMobile is ideally deployed with PlayerLINQ™, CasinoTrac’s 6.2” touchscreen player tracking interface, bringing all the CTLoyalty™ functions for patron marketing, offers, promotions, and games right into the hands of your guests; however, is available for legacy CasinoTrac interfaces.

Chad Hoehne, President, and CEO said, "My favorite feature Is the virtual player card functions that allow the guest to ‘card-in’ to a machine, and control their points, free play, and other cashless wallet transfers to and from the game, by remote control!"


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