Table Trac enters South American market

Dec. 20, 2007
Company delivers integrated system for merging casino table information

MINNEAPOLIS, Dec. 18 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Table Trac, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: TBTC), a Gaming Systems provider to small and mid-sized casinos, whose patented Table Trac system monitors the operation of casino floors, received an order and down payment for the sale of its systems to two casinos in Peru. The company has multiple system installations in Central America, but this is the first in South America.

"This makes three casino sales in the past two weeks," stated Robert Siqveland, Director of Marketing. "These two casinos are part of the Thunderbird group and the order is indicative of our developing relationship with that organization."

Dave Livingston, systems architect and Thunderbird liaison for Table Trac, was pleased with the timely order. "We had several successful meetings at the Global Gaming Expo in Las Vegas last month, and Lawrence Levy, Director of operations in Peru, told me he was anxious to install the Table Trac casino management system. I really look forward to working with Lawrence and his fine staff."

Chad Hoehne, President of Table Trac stated: "Our success and strong relationships in Central America have provided the credibility for Table Trac to continue to expand its market boundaries."

About Table Trac, Inc. -

Table Trac, based in Minnetonka, Minn., has developed a patented real-time system that automates and monitors the operations of casino gaming tables. It provides casino management with comprehensive information including linking table games activity seamlessly into an automated environment that provides instant information about the entire casino's table gaming status, along with slot machine play, players club, accounting, banking and games security.

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