Table Trac, a Minnesota-based developer and provider of casino information and management systems that automate and monitor the operations of casinos has signed an exclusive international dealer agreement with CountR, a worldwide market leader in developing cash handling and cash management systems for the casino gaming industry.

This International Dealer Agreement positions Table Trac as the sole and exclusive dealer of several innovative products from CountR, including TiTa, a micro ticket redemption and issuing device that can be used at table games. Table Trac will also distribute CAION and CashIO, cash handling and coinless gaming redemption kiosks, and RODI, a scalable advertising and information platform that provides digital signage through a centrally‐managed administrative system.

“I am delighted by the opportunities this unique partnership affords both parties,” said Chris Bennett, vice president of CountR Americas. “CountR's reliable, stable and innovative product line can only benefit from an association with Table Trac who brings an established network of sales and service team members to make this a great product offering for casino operators within their distribution area.”

This agreement grants Table Trac the sole and exclusive dealer rights in twelve U.S. jurisdictions, including Arizona, California, Idaho, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, Nevada, Oklahoma, Oregon, Texas, Washington, and Wyoming; as well as in 16 countries in Central and South America.

“We believe that the CountR products are well‐suited to the Americas,” said Glenn Goulet, Table Trac CEO. “The innovation and small footprint they have developed for the cash management and coinless gaming devices is state‐of‐the‐art. CountR's ticket redemption device, the TiTa, designed for the table games market, is especially appealing as it provides operators with a reliable and secure way to increase revenues while reducing costs. This new TiTa® system allows table games to accept and issue gaming tickets, all the while providing increased accountability and profitability. It is truly one of the most innovative technologies for table game operators seen in years.”