Casinos in Laughlin, NV posted a slight gaming revenue increase for the month of October 2015, while the Las Vegas Strip, Downtown Las Vegas, North Las Vegas, and the Boulder Strip declined.
The Nevada Gaming Control Board reported gaming revenue in Nevada (statewide) was down 2.9% in October, compared to a year ago. Statewide gaming revenue was $887.6 million in October. compared to $902.6 million in September 2014. Locally, Laughlin Casinos showed a strong increase of 7.9 percent.
The breakdown by area was as follows:
Las Vegas Strip - down -5.12%
Downtown Vegas - down -6.5%
Laughlin - up 0.59%
North Las Vegas - down -3.96%
Boulder Strip - down -6.55%
Mesquite - up 2.87%
Clark County (where Laughlin and Vegas are located) had an overall gaming revenue decrease of -4%.for October.
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