The Nevada Gaming Control Board released the financial numbers for the Silver State in June 2013, showcasing a disappointing 4.8% overall drop in revenues when compared to the same period last year.
Key financial indicators for the month ending June 30th, 2013 were:
Statewide revenues of $792.5 million, down from $833 million during June 2012.
Vegas Strip revenues down 10% to $435.
Downtown Las Vegas revenues up 9% to $37 million.
Reno, Nevada revenues were down 3% to $49 million.
South Lake Tahoe brought in just $13 million, down 24% from 2012.
State taxes collected for the month amounted to $43 million, which is up 13% from the same period last year.
The end of June also marked the end of Nevada's fiscal year. Overall, the state reported that gaming revenue totaled $10.9 billion, which is up 1.8% from the previous year.