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Comanche Nation Entertainment of Lawton Oklahoma has chosen Table Trac’s CasinoTrac casino management system for its new Comanche Cache Casino currently under construction in Cache, Oklahoma.

Comanche Nation Entertainment operates four Oklahoma properties with two more coming soon: Comanche Nation Casino in Lawton, Comanche Red River Hotel Casino in Devol, Comanche Spur Casino in Elgin, and Comanche Star Casino in Walters. Its newest properties, War Pony Casino and Comanche Cache Casino, are under construction and scheduled to open this December and next Spring, respectively.

“True to the Comanche Nation’s progressive mindset, we are always looking for innovations in technology to better serve our players. Table Trac’s system is perfectly suited for properties of War Pony and Cache Casino’s size. Table Trac also adapted its services quickly to account for new protocols related to COVID, with selectable systems that create social distancing among players. We can program the machines to detect when a player begins to use one to automatically take the machines on either side of the player out of service. This is especially beneficial since we don’t know the long-term effects of COVID, or whether social distancing protocols will continue to change. Table Trac is definitely ahead of the game when it comes to automating social distancing, in addition to its innovative casino management systems,” Jack Crane, COO of Comanche Nation Entertainment, said.

“We are proud and excited to be expanding our partnership with the Comanche Nation Entertainment. The Comanche Cache Casino, like the War Pony Casino, will feature extensive collaboration with Comanche’s cash services provider to deliver an elevated guest experience,” Chad Hoehne, President and CEO of Table Trac, said.

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