Gaming Revenue Down Again
Revenue at Nevada casinos are down for the fourth straight month. The state Gaming Control Board says gaming wins fell nearly seven-percent in February, compared with a year ago.
Casinos on the Vegas Strip were also affected, with revenues down nearly ten-percent from February 2010’s soaring figures, despite a month that included both the Super Bowl and the Chinese New Year. Casinos in North Las Vegas and Clark County showed a jump in revenues during February, while downtown Vegas and Boulder Strip casinos were down.