The state of Nevada saw gambling revenues for the month of August sit about flat with last year, as $1.21 billion was generated during the month.
The numbers are down 14.3% from the $1.40 million generated in July, but identical to the numbers generated in August 2022. Slot revenues were down 2.1% from August to $829.2 million, with multi-denomination slots generating $479.3 million of this total. Penny slots generate $256.9 million.
Table game revenues were up 5.2% to $380.1 million, with baccarat the best performing with $116.2 million. Blackjack was the next most popular, with revenues of $99.1 million, while roulette was third at $39.9 million. Craps revenue dropped 7.4% from last year to $36.2 million.
Sportsbetting revenues were up 12.4% to $18.1 million with baseball generating $9.6 million and football generating $5.1 million.
As usual, the Las Vegas Strip was the biggest-earner in the state, with $666.8 million. Slot revenues were $368.3 million, while table game revenues were $298.4 million. Sportsbetting revenues were $7.8 million.