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The Nevada Gaming Control Board issued its latest financial update, noting that through the first three quarters of its fiscal year land casino revenues are almost 3% of their 2012 pace, and that March revenues saw a 7% jump over the same period last year.
For the month of March, Nevada casinos took in more than $914 million in wins. That total brings the yearly gross to $8.4 billion, or 2.8% above what The Silver State brought in for the first nine months of 2012.
In March, the Vegas Strip saw a 13.5% jump, and is preforming 5.7% better than it did in 2012.
Other Nevada highlights were:
Washoe County, which was up 9.5%
Reno, which was up 10.8%
North Lake Tahoe, up 15.4%
Elko County, up 8.9%
Wendover, up 7.6% from the same period last year.
Struggling sites in March were South Tahoe, which was down 11%, and Carson Valley, which was down 2%.