Table Trac to install casino management system at Legendary Waters Resort and Casino

September 7, 2023

The casino selected CasinoTrac to streamline its casino operations and enhance player engagement.

Table Trac has signed a deal with Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior to replace a competitor’s system with the company’s CasinoTrac casino management system. The company will install CasinoTrac at Legendary Waters Resort and Casino, in Bayfield, Wisconsin.

Legendary Waters Resort & Casino Interim General Manager Randy Soulier said, “When it came to the need for better streamlining our gaming management system and to best evolve our player development and direct marketing efforts, we found the answer with CasinoTrac.

“Their mission statement permeates in all aspects and our team members and guests will benefit greatly from their progressive technology and ease of use.”

CasinoTrac can be adapted to suit multiple entertainment and gaming environments, including those that are considered Class III gaming centers, which offer players access to game terminals that have the look and feel of slot machines.

Table Trac President Chad Hoehne said the company is confident Legendary Waters Resort and Casino and its guests can benefit from implementing the new system.

He commented, “We are honored that the Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior have selected the CasinoTrac management system for the Legendary Waters Resort and Casino.

“We are confident CasinoTrac will help grow Legendary Waters’ business through an enhanced loyalty program, less system downtime, the value of our maintenance and support program, and greater efficiency by streamlined processes.”

In addition to the company’s growth in Wisconsin, Table Trac recently expanded its US reach into South Dakota, by installing CasinoTrac at the Golden Buffalo Casino and Motel. The casino management system will continue to monitor and automate daily operations throughout Golden Buffalo.


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