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A report by the Nevada Gaming Control Board shows that land casino revenue in the state dropped by 6% in June to $833 million.
Clark County, which contains the gambling mecca of Las Vegas, saw winnings down by 8% for the month. Casinos on the Las Vegas Strip saw a 5% drop from the same period last year, bringing in $484 million. Downtown Las Vegas saw a 13% dip to $34 million.
Across the state, Reno had a 9% increase in revenue, bringing in $50 while the county of Washoe saw an increase in winnings of 7%.
South Lake Tahoe was up 17% with revenues of $17 million.
Statewide, Nevada brought in tax revenues of $38 million, down 27% from the same period in 2011.