Casino management software provider Table Trac has formed two new partnerships with gaming operators, Greenetrack and The Palace Bingo, in the US state of Alabama.
The Palace Bingo is a new bingo hall, which opened in July, and operates within the gambling laws of Alabama; which sees venues such as dog tracks and bingo halls permitted to let consumers gamble inside the bounds of state law.
Chad Hoehne, President of Table Trac, said of the new deal: “The unique platform and architecture of our product makes it flexible so that it can provide accounting and player club functionality to these kinds of special environments.”
Table Trac recently reported its Q2 results, which showed the firm had seen a 70% increase in revenue due to a surge of installations.
After posting a $2.5m total, up from 2021’s $1.4m, Chad Hoehne, Table Trac’s President, said: “Our company’s work to design, build, install and support casino clients with a quality CMS system solution is being rewarded all over the USA and in over 13 countries, but it is especially gratifying to begin service in the world’s largest gaming market.”
Table Trac installed six of its systems in new locations in Q2, including Nevada and Wisconsin, where it can be found in the Lucky Strike, Bighorn, Littlehorn, and Lake of the Torches Resorts.
Furthermore, Table Trac has expanded into the Latin America market in recent weeks, where it partnered with the Waymore Casino in Panama to provide its CasinoTrac system.