This week the Nevada Gaming Control Board revealed that the state's gaming revenues grew by 7% in the month of June.
Revenues statewide for gaming revenues amounted to $887.4 million, up 7% from last year. The biggest source of revenues for the state's casinos was 1 cent slots, which brought in $254.9 million, up 10.4% from last year. Other slots brought in $240.9 million, up 3.9%, and craps also brought in 26.5% more from last year. Blackjack also grew, increasing 2.5%.
Even though revenues were up compared to the year prior, they still fell short of the record $958.1 million set in May.
No information on the state's online poker industry is made public, so we don't currently have that information.