Nevada Casinos See Revenues Drop By 11.1% In November

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Casinos in Nevada had a rough month of November as gaming revenues dropped by 11.1% ($782.6 million) over the same period last year.

The Silver State's largest earner was the Las Vegas Strip, which brought in $431.9 million in November, down 13% from 2011. Table wins were down 16% while slot win percentage dropped by 10.3%.

Casinos in Clark County also had a rough time of it, with wins of $671 million , which was down 13% from $771 million in 2011.

Year to date Neva casinos have won $4.5 billion, which is up 1.5% in 2011.

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11 January 2013 - 2:55pm

wow if there down but still up over all for a the year that still amazing money. i would love to see what the online casinos that accept u.s. players income looks like.