Casino operations in Nevada saw revenue exceed $1 billion in April, marking the 14th consecutive month that revenues eclipsed the $1 billion mark.
The Silver State's revenues were $1.13 billion for the month, down from $1.35 billion the month prior. Over 85% of revenues came from Clark County, which houses Las Vegas, with $960.4 million, up 11% from last year. The Las Vegas Strip accounted for $593.4 million, up 22.8% from last year.
Downtown Las Vegas wasn't as fortunate, as revenues dropped 11.4%, while Henderson casinos saw a drop of 10.3%. Reno casino revenues were up 1% to 62.2 million, while South Lake Tahoe revenues dropped 15% to $18.5 million.
For the year-to-date, the state's casino revenues are up 28.4% compared to 2021, with Strip revenues up 51.5% and Clark County up 33.5%, respectively.