Nevada Gaming Control Board reported gaming revenue rose 1.5% in Nevada for the month of September. Statewide gaming revenue was $916.4 million compared to $902.6 million in September 2014. Locally, Laughlin Casinos showed a strong increase of 7.9 percent.
Clark County had a gaming revenue increase of 1.3%.
The breakdown by area was as follows:
Las Vegas Strip - up 2% to $504.8 million
Downtown Vegas - up 9.3% to $47.5 million
Laughlin - up 7.9%
North Las Vegas - down 7.3%
Boulder Strip - down 5.5%
Mesquite - down 1.7%
Gaming numbers are comparisons based on the same month for the previous year.
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