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Gaming revenue in Nevada hits $1.24 billion in February


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Las Vegas Strip generated $712.4m in February.

Revenue increased by 11.1 per cent year-on-year.

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In February, Nevada casinos saw gaming revenue of $1.24bn, marking an 11% increase year-on-year, according to the Nevada Gaming Control Board (NGCB).

The Las Vegas Strip alone generated $712.4m, an 18% year-on-year rise, while Clark County generated $1bn, a 13.8% increase. Conversely, Washoe County saw an 8% year-on-year fall in revenue.

Slots made up $822m of the revenue, up 7.6% from the previous year, and table, counter, and card games generated $411.5m, an 18.8% increase, with blackjack contributing $102.4m.

Sportsbooks generated $43.1m in revenue, up 33.5% year-on-year, despite sports wagering falling 15.6% to $659.4m. Of all sports bets, mobile sports wagering accounted for 61%.

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The state received $75.5m in percentage fees based on taxable revenues generated in February, a 28.18% rise compared to March last year, when collections were $58.9m.

Jerome McNamara
Jerome McNamara
Jerome, a valuable addition to the Gamingo.News team, brings with him extensive journalistic experience in the iGaming sector. His interest in the industry was sparked during his college years when he participated in local poker tournaments, eventually leading to his exposure to the burgeoning world of online poker and casino rooms. Jerome now utilizes his accumulated knowledge to fuel his passion for journalism, providing the team with the latest online scoops.


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