Nevada casino winnings topped $1.3B last month
LAS VEGAS, Nev. (FOX5) - Nevada’s nonrestricted gaming licensees reported a total “gaming win” of $1,312,090,406 for the month of March.
According to a report from the Nevada Gaming Control Board, that total is a 3.18% decrease compared to March 2022. For the fiscal year (July 1, 2022 through March 31), gaming win has increased by 4.46%. The vast majority of those winnings came in Clark County, and over 55% of the state’s total came from licensees on the Las Vegas Strip ($724,580,327).
The rest of the take in Clark County was as follows:
- Downtown: $87,429,092
- North Las Vegas: $26,823,392
- Laughlin: $48,629,669
- Boulder Strip: $86,326,026
- Mesquite: $18,932,615
- Balance of County: $156,633,960
The State collected $97,380,206 in percentage fees through April 24, based on the taxable revenues generated in March 2023. This represents a 0.24% decrease compared to last April, when percentage fee collections were $97,612,673. The collection totals above include the most recent data available and are subject to revision.
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