Vegas Strip Revenue Up 2% In September, But Downtown Continues To Dominate

With revenue in the world’s largest gaming destination, Macau, China, continuing to decline, casino investors have been looking to the state of Nevada for some much-needed good news this year.

The state’s Gaming Control Board recently released its report on gaming revenue for the month of September. Here’s a summary of the report.

The Numbers

Nevada’s non-restricted gaming licensees reported a total “gaming win” of $916,350,471 in September, a 1.52 percent year-over-year increase.

The fiscal year is off to a slow start for the state of Nevada. Total win from July 1, 2015, through the end of September is down 0.29 percent from last year.

Las Vegas Strip

More than $504 million (about 55 percent) of Nevada’s total gaming win in September came from…

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