Nevada’s Gaming Revenue Drops in November

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Today the State of Nevada released its Monthly Win and Percentage Fee Tax Collection report for the month of November 2010.

The release shows a total “gaming win” of $822,097,967 for reporting nonrestricted gLas Vegas Parisaming licensees, this is a drop of 5.87% over the $873,336,531 reported in November 2009.

The slide is a little disheartening for Nevada, which is having a bounce back year. As total gaming win for the fiscal year starting July 1, 2010 shows the Nevada Casino’s gaming win is up 2.28% over the same period in 2009.

The state coffers suffered in December 2010 as they collected $49,788,206 in percentage fees for the year’s final month. This is a drop of 12.70% from the $57,029,541 in percentage fees collected in December 2009. Still like the gaming win numbers, the Nevada’s percentage fees collected are still up 2.49% this fiscal year over the fiscal year beginning July 2009.

The Las Vegas Strip performed a touch better than the rest of the state with $454,308,141 gaming win revenue. This accounted for just a 4.12% drop compared to 5.87% statewide. Overall, the Las Vegas Strip, is carrying the State’s rise in numbers as gaming win revenue on the Strip is up 6.82% overall .


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