Nevada revenue falls below $1bn for first time in 2019
Nevada’s gaming revenue for April came in at $936.5m, the first month that the state’s total has failed to hit the $1bn mark in 2019.
Total revenue was down 1.8% year-on-year, and 8.5% sequentially. The majority of state revenue was derived from slots, which accounted for $658.8m (70.3%) of the total, up marginally year-on-year.
This was offset by a 5.8% drop in table, counter and card games (including sports and race betting) to $277.7m.