Nevada Sees Revenues Drop In May

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The state of Nevada has seen its state gambling revenues take another drop during the month of May as the Nevada Gaming Control Board reported a drop in gaming revenues of 10% from the same period last year.

Overall, the state of Nevada brought in $885.1 million in gaming revenues during the month of May. The Vegas strip took the brunt of the hit, with revenues dropping 18% to $475 million, with the rest of Las Vegas slipping 2% to $45 million.

Laughlin was the city with the best month, gaining 20% from the same period last year while South Lake Tahoe suffered a drop of 27%.