Gaming revenue up on Las Vegas Strip, statewide in January – VEGAS INC

Nevada gaming revenue rose notably in January, thanks to a particularly good month on the Strip, the state reported today.The Gaming Control Board said Nevada casinos won $952.7 million last month, a 7.75 percent increase from January 2014. For the fiscal year beginning July 1, however, revenue is still down 2.12 percent.Gaming revenue on the Strip, which accounts for a huge chunk of the state total, increased 15.4 percent from the year before to $576.8 million. Baccarat revenue there rose 68.5 percent to $127.7 million.

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