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Seminoles to use Bally 'TableView'

Slot and system manufacturer Bally Technologies announced that the Seminole Tribe of Florida will implement its TableView table-rating and player-tracking system at its six casinos in south Florida.

Bally’s TableView allows pit staff to enter player ratings, request chip fills and credits, and issue customer comps and markers in real time. The Seminoles have already linked 70 tables at the Hard Rock casino in Hollywood, Florida, to the system, and the tribe ultimately plans to use the system on 400 tables across six properties.

“We did an extensive evaluation of TableView and other vendors’ technology prior to making a commitment to Bally,” said Seminole Gaming Chief Operating Officer John James. “Our users unanimously agreed that TableView is far more user-friendly and is based on solid, current technology. And TableView is a perfect complement to our existing operations because it fully integrates with our Bally casino management system, protecting and enhancing the investment in technology that we’ve already made.”

The Seminoles recently added blackjack and baccarat to their Florida casinos under a compact with the state (although that compact is being challenged in the courts).

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