Best Bet Products of Pahrump to install CasinoTrac management system

April 15, 2021

Refurbished gaming device company expanding its distributed gaming business.

Table Trac, Inc. on Thursday said it has signed an agreement with Best Bet Products, Inc., to install the CasinoTrac management system at two of Best Bet’s properties in Pahrump, Nevada.

Best Bet Products is a licensed manufacturer and distributer of refurbished gaming devices and slot machines.

According to Shawn Holmes, president of Best Bet Products, the new casino management system will be part of the company’s expansion plan.

The CMS will be installed at the Stage Stop Casino and the Grill Room.

“We are excited for the installation and future launch of Casino Trac’s integrated slot accounting and customer reward programs,” Holmes said in a statement. “We feel Casino Trac’s system will allow us to continue building loyalty with our existing customers while driving future customer growth at our existing and future projects.”

Holmes said with Casino Trac’s system, Best Bet Products will be able to build a route-wide Player's Club that will be used to maximize the company’s opportunities in the distributed gaming and wholly owned gaming locations.

Chad Hoehne, president of Table Trac, Inc. (pictured), added, “We are thrilled that Best Bet Products has chosen the CasinoTrac management system and are confident that our suite of products will help Mr. Holmes meet their objectives and grow their business at their gaming operations.”

Founded in 1995, Minnesota-based Table Trac designs, develops and sells casino management systems. CasinoTrac currently is operating in casinos across 13 countries, including the United States, Central and South America, the Caribbean and Australia.


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