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The Nevada Gaming Control Board has revealed the state's gambling numbers for April 2019, showing that revenues were down for the fourth straight month.
The state's gaming numbers hit $936.5 million in April, down 1.8% from the year prior. The numbers are also down $87 million from March. Vegas Strip revenues were down 3.5% to $481.8 million, but Downtown Las Vegas numbers were up 2.1% to $61.8 million.
Statewide slot revenues was virtually flat at $658.8 million. Table revenues were down 5.8% to $277.7 million. Sportsbetting revenues were up to $21.65 million, with baseball wagers up 42% to $10 million. Poker revenues were also up 4% to $8.6 million.
Revenues have been lower than the year prior in Nevada for the last four months. With that being said, the numbers still show that betting is a healthy money maker for casinos throughout the Silver State.