Table Trac to install CasinoTrac at Cactus Jack’s Casino in Carson City

October 25, 2023

The company continues to expand its reach throughout the state of Nevada.

Table Trac has announced plans to soon install its casino management system, CasinoTrac, at Carson City, Nevada’s Cactus Jack’s Casino.

The destination is owned and operated by Stillwater Gaming, which owns several properties throughout Nevada’s Carson Valley, Churchill County and Lyon County.

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 regarding the upcoming deployment, “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.”

Table Trac has also installed CasinoTrac in Carson City at both Comstock Casino and at Silver Springs Nugget Casino.

Stillwater Gaming CEO Scott Tate commended Table Trac for its commitment to developing quality products for casino guests and said the company is eager to have access to CasinoTrac.

He commented, “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. I am impressed with the stability of the CasinoTrac system as we have utilized in a many 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.”


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