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TypePublic Incorporated
IndustryCasino games
HeadquartersMatthews, North Carolina
ProductsAutomated gaming systems

PokerTek was a company that developed the PokerPro electronic poker table and Heads-Up Challenge video game, as well as related software applications.[1]

The PokerPro table were introduced at casinos in dozens of countries as well as cruise ships. Introduction of PokerPro tables at Trump Plaza raised concerns among dealers about their job security.[2]

The Heads-Up Challenge video game was co-branded with the World Series of Poker.[citation needed]

Pokertek was the exclusive provider of automated poker tables for Harrah's Entertainment and Ameristar Casinos.[citation needed]

Aristocrat Leisure was Pokertek's exclusive provider for countries outside of the United States and Canada.[citation needed]

In 2014, PokerTek was sold to Multimedia Games (of Austin, Texas) for $13,500,000.[3]


  1. ^ "Online Poker Guide". Monday, April 27, 2020
  2. ^ Wittkowski, Donald (August 18, 2008), "New electronic casino table games stir fears of job cuts, loss of tips", The Press of Atlantic City, archived from the original on September 6, 2008
  3. ^ PokerTek cashes in its chips