Largest Nevada Casinos Profit $1.6B During Fiscal Year 2017Gambling regulators in the Nevada say the state's largest casinos turned a profit for the second fiscal year in a row and finally broke the revenue record set in 2007 before the recession.
Vegas Strip Casinos See Revenue Drop 2 Months StraightCasinos on the Las Vegas Strip have seen their revenue drop for two consecutive months.
Vegas Strip Casino Revenue Down For Month After ShootingCasinos on the Las Vegas Strip saw a 6 percent drop in revenue in October compared with the same month last year.
September Gamblers Set Sports Betting Record in NevadaGamblers surely loved Nevada's sports books in September, when according to regulators people wagered $558.2 million on their favorite athletic events, setting an all-time record for sports betting in the state.
Caesars Reports Narrower 2Q Loss, Uptick in RevenueCaesars Entertainment Corp. on Thursday reported a narrower second-quarter loss and an uptick in revenue.
Regulators: Nevada Gambling Revenue Slightly Up in AprilState regulators say gambling revenue at Nevada casinos was up almost 1.2 percent in April compared with the same month a year ago.
Nevada Gambling Revenue Falls Almost 4.5 Percent in FebruaryState regulators say gambling revenue at Nevada casinos was down almost 4.5 percent in February compared with the same month a year ago.
Casinos in Nevada Win Just Over $1B in JanuaryNevada regulators say casinos in the state won just over $1 billion last month.
Nevada Casinos Finally Earn a Profit in 2016; 1st Since 2008State regulators say Nevada's biggest casinos combined to turn a profit in fiscal 2016 for the first time in eight years. But it wasn't due to gambling winnings.
Nevada Casino Revenue Up 4 Percent in SeptemberState officials say Nevada gambling revenue was up almost 4 percent in September after Las Vegas Strip revenues showed healthy gains.
Nevada Casino Revenue Jumps 10 Percent in Strong July
Nevada Gambling Revenue Down 5 Percent in MayState officials say Nevada gambling revenue was down nearly 5 percent in May after a sharp drop in winnings on the Las Vegas Strip.