Apache Lone Star Casino chooses Table Trac

November 21, 2023

Table Trac will provide its CMS, CasinoTrac, as well as associated solutions: DataTrac, KioskTrac and KTMobile.

The Apache Lone Star casino in Devol, Oklahoma has signed an agreement with Table Trac to provide its full casino management system, CasinoTrac, to the new gaming venue. The casino broke ground in March 2022 and will be the newest gaming venue in Oklahoma.

CasinoTrac has also recently been chosen by Cactus Jack’s Casino in Carson City, Nevada and Four Jacks Hotel and Casino in Jackpot, Nevada.

Chad Hoehne, President of Table Trac, said, “We are honored that the Apache Tribe of Oklahoma has decided to extend our long partnership and expand their CasinoTrac CMS installations across all their casinos.

“CasinoTrac and the Apache Tribe of Oklahoma are long-time partners; we are excited for what the future holds. The new facility is beautiful, it is an endeavor to be proud of.”

The new facility will include nearly 800 slots, which CasinoTrac will support, as well as live music and a steakhouse.

General Manager of Apache Lone Star, Mike Spell, said, “We will offer new and exciting gameplay on several types of devices as well as live table games utilizing all the best technology Table Trac has available."

DataTrac will also be implemented for analytics and business intelligence, while KioskTrac will track player engagement and KTMobile will integrate to provide a native, mobile loyalty solution.

Oklahoma has had several new additions to its gaming landscape of late, with Choctaw Nation: opening five new restaurants at Sky Casino, the Osage Nation opening Osage Casino Bartlesville and Osage Casino Pawhuska in the last two months, WinStar World Casino opening a Lucas Oil Live performance venue, Golden Mesa Casino beginning its expansion and Kiowa Casino announcing the closure of its Verden location.


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