Strip Gaming Revenues Up 22%
(CARSON CITY, KXNT)–The Nevada Gaming Control Board reports gaming licensees reported more than $875 million in revenues for the month of November, an 11.9% increase over the same month a year ago.
Revenues in Clark County were up roughly the same, but Las Vegas Strip revenue, which totaled more than a half billion dollars, was up 22% from the same month a year ago.
There was a slight decline in revenue in downtown Las Vegas establishments, and a 13% decline in North Las Vegas and Laughlin.
The Board’s figures show an overall statewide gaming win increase of 3% during the current fiscal year, which began July 1st.