Tuesday, Oct. 31, 2017 | 8:14 a.m.
State gaming revenue was up 3.25 percent — $948,991,121 to $979,859,876 — in September compared to same month a year ago, according to the Nevada Gaming Control Board.
Revenue rose 4.67 percent at casinos on the Las Vegas Strip, while it was up .02 percent in downtown Las Vegas, up 2.7 percent in Laughlin and down 8.28 percent in North Las Vegas. Revenue was down 6.17 percent at casinos on Boulder Highway and up 8.99 percent in Mesquite.
Revenue in Reno rose 9.16 percent, and Sparks saw an increase of .51 percent. North Lake Tahoe revenue grew by 16.53 percent, while the rest of Washoe County was up 10.78 percent. In South Lake Tahoe, revenue dipped 2.96 percent.
In Elko County, revenue was up 5.21 percent, and Carson Valley revenue increased 4.48 percent. The Carson Valley includes Carson City, Gardnerville, Minden and all other areas of Douglas County, except South Lake Tahoe.
Based on September’s gaming revenue, the state collected $58,846,547 in gaming taxes and fees in October, a decrease of 7.19 percent — $4,558,197 — compared to October 2016.
Revenue statistics collected by the Gaming Control Board can be viewed here.