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Apr 29, 2020

Casino Closure Restricts Laughlin Gaming Revenue for March 2020

Laughlin, NV

All Gaming in Nevada was shut down on March 17, 2020 at Midnight due to the COVID-19 pandemic.   

With only 17 days of data for the month of March: 
Nevada’s nonrestricted gaming licensees reported a total “gaming win” of $618,129,278 for the month of March 2020. This amounts to a 39.57% decrease compared to March 2019, when licensees reported a gaming win of $1,022,961,241.  
Laughlin Casinos: 
Gaming Revenue was $30,648,628 for the 17 days of March 2020
In 2019 for a full month of March Gaming Revenue was $49,594,586
This resulted in a -38.20% decrease for March. 

Laughlin Gaming Revenue Overall for 2020
January  +0.88%
February +5.84%
March     -38.2%


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Apr 10, 2020

Laughlin Casino Hotels Waiting to Welcome Everyone Back

Laughlin, NV

Harrah's river beach empty during what would be spring break time.

Harrah's empty parking lot just waiting for a return to normality.

Casino drive deserted with the signs of Tropicana, 
Colorado Belle, and The New Pioneer offering good wishes.

The New Pioneer waiting for y'all to come back.

The ghostly view down Casino Drive 

The Colorado Belle anxiously awaiting to set sail again.

The Aquarius with a message of hope.

Don's Riverside, where only a few boondocking RVers remain.

All photos contributed by Todd Carnes


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