Operating under the Pandemic restrictions, Laughlin Casino gaming revenue as reported by the Nevada Gaming Control Board was down as expected. The November 2020 report showed a -18.97% decrease compared to November of 2019.
Gaming Revenue in Laughlin was $33,348,032 compared to $ 41,156,771 in November 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 the Las Vegas Strip (down -32.46%) and Clark County as a whole (down 20.54%). However, the Boulder Strip (which includes Henderson properties) was up 18.23%.