Comparisons to April 2020 were not available for the vast majority of verticals, as all gaming establishments in the state were closed because of the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.
April 2021’s $1.04bn total marked a second consecutive month in which state revenue passed $1bn, after March this year marked the first time Nevada hit that milestone since February 2020.
Slots continued to be the main source of revenue, bringing in $793.7m, up 2.8% from March, as players staked $11.05bn. Multi-denomination slots brought in $355.2m, while penny slot revenue came to $340.8m.
Table games, meanwhile, produced revenue of $245.8m, down 16.7% month-over-month, as amounts wagered declined 6.5% to $2.02bn.