NV redacts betting figures as shutdown hits April revenue
The Nevada Gaming Control Board (NGCB) has redacted its figures for sports betting, horse racing and card game revenue in its revenue report for April, which reveals the state’s gaming industry generated just $3.6m.
Nevada’s casinos, which were shuttered from 11:59pm on March 17, were closed throughout April, meaning gambling revenue fell 99.6% year-on-year.
The $3.6m in revenue is likely to have come from mobile sports betting and online poker, namely WSOP.com, the only network active in the state.
However, the NGCB’s decision to redact those figures means it is unclear how much came from each product.