Nevada Breaks Gaming Revenue Record With Time Left To Increase
The Nevada Gaming Control Board has just unveiled their November revenue report showing that state casinos collected over $1.2 billion for the month. This marks a new record, bringing Nevada’s year-to-date total gaming revenue to over $13.5 billion, putting them in a good position to gain more than $14 billion in revenue for the calendar year. The November were a 7.6% year-on-year drop and 6.25% drop from October, but it also marks the 21st consecutive month with over $1 billion in revenue. Of the $1.2 billion the Strip was responsible for $669.5 million with table game revenue increasing 6.4% year-on-year and slot machine revenue growing 10.96%. Sports betting reported revenue of $34.3 million, a 47.7% year-on-year drop with sportsbooks accepting $928.2 million in November.