July Nevada revenue gaming total dips year-on-year to $1.32bn
| By Zak Thomas-Akoo
July gaming revenue in Nevada reached $1.32bn, a 3.2% decline year-on-year, while sports betting revenue in the state plummeted amid a weaker sporting calendar.
The July 2021 revenue intake represented a record total at the time for the Silver State, meaning the slight decline is still close to record heights. The result is now the 17th straight month where the monthly total has been over $1bn in Nevada.
Clark County, where Las Vegas is located, made up $1.12bn of the total, a 3.3% decline year-on-year.
This compares with the previous month of June’s $1.28bn total – a 3.1% increase month-on-month.
Slots accounted for the majority of the revenue at $839.6m, though the vertical declined 3.9% from the previous year. Table, counter and card games declined 1.9% to $476.4m for the month.