Gambling revenues in the state of Nevada fell by 3% in the month of January, according to a report issued by the Nevada Gaming Control Board.
The state ended up seeing revenues of $884 million brought in by Nevada casinos for the month, a number that is 3% lower than the same number seen last year. . The state itself brought in tax revenues of 69 million from gaming revenues, which is an increase of 2% from the same time last year.
The Las Vegas Strip was the most productive gaming area in the state, with revenues of just about $500 million. Downtown Las Vegas brought in revenues of $43 million, which was down 3% from last year as well.
In other parts of the state, Reno saw a slight 1% jump in revenues, bringing in $38 for the month. South Lake Tahoe brought in $15 million, which is down 12%.