While revenues are up since August, the industry continues to struggle with reduced capacities and a decline in tourism and conventions.
US.- While Nevada has reported year-on-year revenue decreases for the seventh consecutive month, September’s revenues were the highest since casinos reopened in June.
According to a report released by the Nevada Gaming Control Board on Wednesday, casinos generated a total of $821.1m gambling revenue in the state in September.
Although the $821.1m figure represents a 22.4 per cent fall from September 2019, it beats August 2020’s total by $82m.
But the Las Vegas Strip continues to be hit hard by the pandemic, with casinos reporting $354.7m in revenue, down 39.1 per cent year-on-year and up by only $38m from August.