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sabato 29 agosto 2015

Nevada revenue falls less than 1% in July

Nevada gaming revenue in July fell for the second straight month, continuing the state's up-and-down year in the casino market.

The Gaming Control Board said Friday casinos statewide collected $922.8 million from gamblers during the month, a drop of just under 1 percent. On the Strip, gaming revenue declined 2.1 percent to $524.9 million.

Clark County was a mixed bag of results in July. Downtown Las Vegas casino revenue grew 6.5 percent and the balance of Clark County locations increased revenue 6 percent. But the numbers were offset by an 11 percent revenue decline on the Boulder Strip, which includes Henderson, and a 9.4 percent drop in North Las Vegas.

Northern and rural Nevada, however, helped the state mitigate the south's declines.


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