MATTHEWS, N.C.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--PokerTek has installed eight PokerPro® Electronic Texas Hold’em tables at Caliente-operated properties in Mexico.
The cutting-edge Hipódromo de Agua Caliente in Tijuana opened its Texas Hold’em room with five PokerPro® tables, and it is currently PokerTek’s largest installation in Mexico.
PokerTek also added three PokerPro tables at Caliente’s Bosques property in Mexico City, where they are celebrating with a Grand Opening party this weekend. Caliente operates 59 properties throughout Mexico and intends to open Texas Hold’em rooms around the country.
“We are pleased to place our product in Caliente’s properties as they expand their Electronic Texas Hold’em offering,” said Mark Roberson, PokerTek’s Acting Chief Executive Officer. “Hipódromo de Agua Caliente is a truly amazing facility offering live greyhound racing, sports betting, slots and other electronic games. With the opening of the poker room, Hipódromo is now able to offer its customers the only legal poker in Baja California.”
Caliente, a recognized Mexican company with an international presence, has more than 92 years of experience in the gaming entertainment industry. They operate modern electronic gaming terminals, bingo halls, sports books and greyhound racing.
PokerTek, Inc. (NASDAQ: PTEK), headquartered in Matthews, NC, develops and markets products for the gaming and amusement industries. PokerTek developed PokerPro automated poker tables to increase revenue, reduce expenses and attract new players into poker rooms by offering interactive poker that is fast, fun and mistake-free. Heads-Up Challenge is a two-player table that allows bars and restaurant patrons to compete head-to-head in various games for amusement purposes, increases earnings for game operators and provides patrons unique and challenging on-site entertainment. Both products are installed worldwide. For more information, please visit the company's website at www.PokerTek.com or contact Tracy Egan at 704.849.0860 x106.
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