The resort – based on the shores of lake Havasu in California – has now added a 44-room hotel, and expanded its gaming floor by adding more slots, blackjack tables and live weekend entertainment.
Chad Hoehne, President of Table Trac, said of the new partnership: “We are excited to be adding the Havasu Landing Resort and Casino to the Casino Trac family. We are confident that our suite of products will help the site reach it full potential by expanding their players club and grow their business.”
Meanwhile, the Havasu Landing Resort and Casino Executive Team, added: “We are excited about the array of new options we will have with the CasinoTrac systems; additionally, we are pleased to be partnering with TableTrac on this project and our future projects as we grow our operations.”
The state of California is currently in the midst of a campaign to see online sports betting legalised, with Flutter and Entain partnering up to create a $100m fund to counter Native American tribes, which are opposed to its legalisation.
However, in a blow to those pushing for it to be legalised, both the Democratic and Republican parties in the state have opposed the issue, titled: Proposition 27.
Jessica Millan Patterson, Chairwoman of the California Republican Party, declared its support for tribes, saying: “Prop 27 breaks the promise made to California’s Native American tribes to grant them the sovereign right to operate gaming in California in order to improve the lives of their communities across the state.”