October 31, 2019

New Gaming Revenue Recorded for September by Nevada Casinos

New Gaming Revenue Recorded for September by Nevada Casinos

Nevada casino gaming revenues hit an all-time high in September 2019, beating the state’s previous record for the same month last year.

Figures released by the Nevada Gaming Control Board on Wednesday showed statewide casino gaming win of $1.06 billion—a 6.8% improvement compared to last year’s figures. It also considered a new high-water mark for this year, marking a new state record for the month of September, surpassing the 2007by roughly $100,000.

Casinos in the Las Vegas Strip a revenue increase of 8.3% to $584.2 million. But Downtown Las Vegas recorded the highest regional percentage gain, going up to almost one-fifth to $65.9 million.

Nevada’s slot machines also had a fairly good September, with revenues up at 8.3% to $690.2 million. On the other hand, the ‘Table, Counter and Card Games’ category went up by 15.4% to just under $369.1 million.

Baccarat earned the highest revenue for the table games category in September, at a whopping 54% increase at $108.5 million. Blackjack, on the other hand, had a slow month, falling at 10.3% to $82.6 million. Roulette was also at a negative, registering at 29.6% to $28.2 million. But craps improved by 15.5% to $37.8 million.

Nevada’s sportsbook earn a respectable $52.07 million in September, but this was well below the record of $56.3 million reported in September last year. It is also slightly under the previous best record of $53.4 million in 2012.

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