Nevada: KTMobile approved by Gaming Control Board

May 7, 2024 11:49 AM
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  • David McKee, CDC Gaming Reports
May 7, 2024 11:49 AM
  • David McKee, CDC Gaming Reports

Table Trac’s KTMobile operations platform has been approved for deployment in Nevada, pending approval from the Nevada Gaming Commission. The Nevada Gaming Control Board gave the green light to KTMobile, according to a Table Trac statement this morning.

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In addition to casino operations, KTMobile supports casino-management and player-loyalty programs. It underwent field trials in Nevada prior to obtaining the Control Board’s thumbs-up.

KTMobile is described as “a suite of mobile apps for Android and iOS devices that offers casino guests an easy-to-use interface to access their account information, view promotions, and advertisements.” The applications also permit guests to view loyalty information akin to that on in-property promotional kiosks.

The app doubles as a virtual player’s card, allowing gamblers to transfer credits from their account to electronic gaming devices. KTMobile works in conjunction with PlayerLINQ, a proprietary touch-screen interface. It is also compatible with legacy CasinoTrac interfaces.

Table Trac CEO Chad Hoehne said, “The virtual player card functions allow the guest to ‘card-in’ to a machine and control their points, free play, and other cashless transfers to and from the game, by remote control.”

Table Trac is based in Minnesota, with offices in Las Vegas and Oklahoma.