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The Nevada Gaming Control Board has released the latest set of financial statistics for the month of February, showing that land casino revenue was up 5.7% after casinos brought in $932 million.
The Las Vegas Strip brought in revenues of $531 million for the month, up 3.3% when compared to the same period last year. Downtown Vegas made $45 million, which is up 13.7% in February.
Other areas of the state that brought in higher revenues were:
The Boulder Strip, which made $72 million in February, up 23%.
Reno, which saw winning rise to $44 million, up 8.2%.
South Lake Tahoe, up to $15 million, up 10.3% during the month of February.
Overall, the state of Nevada brought in $70 million in taxes through the casino's winnings, which was up 69% when compared to the same period last year.