Nevada Gaming Revenue fell overall for the month of July with the Las Vegas Strip showing the only decrease in Clark County. Every other area, including Laughlin showed a positive gain.
Nevada’s gaming revenue overall was down 1.73% for July of 2017 when compared to July of last year. The
Strip was down -7.73%, while Laughlin was up +6.78%.
See all the numbers for Clark County below.
Gaming Revenue was up in Laughlin by 6.78% for July of 2017, at $40,647,163.
Gaming revenue breakdowns by area:
Las Vegas Strip - 7.73%
Laughlin + 6.78%
Downtown Las Vegas + 7.84%
North Las Vegas + 16.78%
Boulder Strip + 19.34%
Mesquite + 6.13%
*all data is compared to the same period last year
|From the Nevada Gaming Control Board Publication:|
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