Nevada Gaming Revenues Down in March

The state of Nevada reported its gaming revenues for the month of March 2024, noting that revenues dropped 3.7% from February to $1.29 billion during the period.

That total is down 1.5% from last year. Slot revenues were $874.5 million, generating 67.8% of total revenue. Table game revenues were down 19.2% from February to $514.6 million. Of note, baccarat revenues sagged 36.3% to $114.7 million.

Taxes paid to the state were $86.5 million. For the year-to-date, Nevada gaming revenues sit at $11.92 billion, up 4.44% from last year.

Sportsbetting revenues dropped to $29.8 million, down 37.8% from February. This is likely due to the fact that the Super Bowl was held in Las Vegas in February, bringing hundreds of thousands of visitors to Sin City during the period.

Revenues at the Las Vegas Strip were down 10.6% from February, coming in at $715.9 million. Slots generated $401.4 million, and table game revenues were $314.4 million.

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26 April 2024 - 4:14pm

I mean, of course there'd be a letdown of revenues when compared to February. The Super Bowl is the largest sporting event in the USA. You can't compete with that. You have to look at the year prior's numbers to get an accurate representation.

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