As expected, due to pandemic restrictions on the Casino industry, Laughlin Casino gaming revenue as reported by the Nevada Gaming Control Board was down -13.27% for October of 2020 compared to October of 2019.
2020 October Gaming Revenue in Laughlin was $38,569,750 compared to $44,471,301 in October of 2019.
Laughlin Gaming Revenue Overall for 2020 so far:
March -38.2% (Casinos Closed March 15th)
April -100.03% (Casinos Closed all month)
May -100.03% (Casinos Closed all month)
June -14.61% (Casinos opened June 4th)
The Laughlin result was better than Clark County as a whole (-23.57%), the Las Vegas Strip (-30.22%), and Downtown Las Vegas (-23.68%).
Mesquite showed a positive increase of 6.81%
In Nevada (as a whole) gaming was down -19.5%