After an increase in Revenue for the month of September the numbers for Laughlin dropped in October.
Gaming revenue in Nevada declined for the month of October (2014). This was the third consecutive month of lower revenue for the state.
The Gaming control board reported statewide casinos won $913.6 million in October. This is a 4.26 percent decrease from October 2013.
Locally, in Laughlin, revenues were $39.3 million, a drop 4.71%
Previous months in Laughlin were:
September 2014: +3.92%
July 2014: -0.7%
Breakdowns by area:
Las Vegas Strip dropped 5.63 percent to $520.3 million
Downtown Las Vegas increased a 1.22 percent to $47.7 million
North Las Vegas increased by 14.66 percent $19.5 million
Boulder Strip increased by 24.20 percent to $58,1 million
Laughlin dropped by 4.71 percent to $39.3 million
Mesquite dropped by 1.26 percent to $9.7 million
Reno increased by 7.92 percent to $46.8 million
*Numbers are comparisons based on the same month for the previous year.
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