Lucky Strike Casino in Nevada Has Partnered With Table Trac

Lucky Strike Casino in Nevada Has Partnered With Table Trac

Lucky Strike Casino in Nevada, managed by Stillwater Gaming, has chosen Table Trac’s Casino Trac control system for its gaming room. The venue offers slots, entertainment rooms, apartments, bars, and restaurants.

Stillwater Gaming program director Scott Dale mentioned the system had been designed and maintained by professionals who were really keen on casino visitors’ preferences and desires.

“The stability of the system absolutely inspires me. We’ve been using it for the past few years in two of our venues. In addition, I especially like that Table Trac is so focused on gaming systems. This attitude shows dedication and higher professionalism of their staff.”

TT President Chad Hoehne added that the system for customer service and inside casinos had earned a reputation for reliability and value for gambling companies. He noted that they were thrilled to enlarge their partnership with Stillwater Gaming.

It’s worth mentioning that Nevada casinos generated more than $1 billion in gaming revenue for 15 months in a row. In total, gambling venues have earned about $1.3bn, which is 6 percent higher than in 2021.

Clark County accounted for 87 percent of the $1.13 billion total, up 7 percent from the same month last year. Gaming revenue in the Strip was $731.5 million, up 11.6 percent from May 2021.

Let us recall that Las Vegas Sands has recently lent $1bn to Sands China.

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