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The state of Nevada has published its September 2020 betting numbers, revealing that numbers were up 10.5% from August as the Silver State continues to try and bounce back from Covid-19 closures that ravaged the industry.
Revenues for the month came to $821.1 million with wagers hitting $10.32 billion, up 3.3% from August. The totals for revenues were the best since February, with slots coming in at $607.5 million, up 15.6% from August with wagers hitting $8.37 billion.
Table game revenues came in at $213.6 million with stakes of $1.95 billion. There was a very low margin on baccarat wagers for the month, with just $14.2 million generated from the game during the month. Blackjack saw $417.3 million wagered, with casinos generating $64.6 million in revenues.
Las Vegas is continuing to reopen properties after having closed in March. The new Circa property just opened on Wednesday, bringing a billion-dollar resort complete with casino and sportsbook to Sin City. Those in Vegas are hoping the new property will hope boost revenues moving forward as more spots also reopen with safety procedures.