Nevada gaming revenue up more than 5 percent in April – VEGAS INC

Nevada gaming revenue rose significantly in April, with some particularly strong increases in the Las Vegas area, the state said today.The Gaming Control Board said state casinos won $897.9 million last month, up 5.39 percent from the same month a year ago. For the fiscal year, however, gaming revenue is still down 1.44 percent.On the Strip, which accounts for more than half of the state total, casinos won $498.9 million in April, up 7.77 percent from April 2014. Slot revenue there increased 11.07 percent to $262 million, while baccarat revenue increased 5.33 percent to $95.2 million.

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