The Nevada Gaming Control Board has announced the Silver State's November gaming insights, revealing that sportsbetting handle for the month eclipsed $1.09 billion, with revenues coming in at $72 million.
The jump came after Sin City began welcoming back international visitors, and saw the handle jump 90.4% from last year, although there was a slight drop from the $1.1 billion wagered in October.
Revenues were up 16.5% to $72 million, with $35 million being generated from mobile bets. Mobile handle was $777.2 million.
Football generated $558.6 million, generating $53.1 million, down 5.2% from last year. Basketball had $376.1 million in bets, Hockey and other sports generated revenues of $2.9 million. Parlay bets generated $4.4 million in revenue.
Overall gaming revenues amounted to $1.32 billion, short of the record of $1.36 billion generated in July, but up 71.4% to the year prior. $859.9 million was generated from slots, with handle of $11.42 billion.
Table games generated $486.2 million, up 131% from last year. Blackjack revenues were $124.6 million on wagers of $786.8 million. Baccarat generated $94.3 million on $738.6 million in revenues. Roulette had $40.7 million in revenues on $364.5 million bet.
Vegas Strip revenues amounted to $755.1 million, up 115.9% from last year.