Nevada licensees gaming win in June down slightly compared to 2022
LAS VEGAS, Nev. (FOX5) - The total gaming win for licensees across Nevada was down 2.44% in June compared to the same period one year ago.
According to a report from the Nevada Gaming Control Board, nonrestricted gaming licensees reported a total “gaming win” of $1,245,814,727 for the month of June 2023, compared to $1,277,029,261 in June 2022. For the fiscal year (July 1, 2022 through June 30), gaming win has increased 3.25%.
June’s biggest decreases took place outside the strip, including the following:
- North Lake Tahoe: -28.15%
- Boulder Strip: -16.73%
- Downtown Las Vegas: -10.44%
The fiscal year-to-date win has increased 3.51% in Clark County and 4.84% on the strip. Downtown (1.99%) and North Las Vegas (1.5%) are also both up.
Through July 27, the State collected $78,561,494 in percentage fees during the month of July, based upon the taxable revenues generated in June. This represents a 1.45% (or $1,122,776) increase compared to the prior year’s July, when percentage fee collections were $77,438,718.
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