Nevada gaming revenue exceeds $1bn for seventh straight month

| By Daniel O'Boyle
Nevada drew in $1.16bn in total gaming revenue during September 2021, marking the state’s seventh straight month exceeding the $1bn mark, while the state set a record for betting handle.

Revenue dropped a mere 0.7% from August, essentially keeping level from month to month.

The September revenue report was released by the Nevada Gaming Control Board, marking a 28.5% increase over September 2020. Of the $1.16bn, $780.5m came from slots, up 28.5% from last year.

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