Nevada gaming revenue rises 21.7% in March

| By Marese O'Hagan
Gaming revenue in Nevada came to $1.35bn (£1.7m/€1.2m) in March, a rise of 21.7% from February.
Las Vegas Nevada, Las Vegas Strip

This was also up by 27% compared to March 2021.

Slots accounted for a majority of the revenue, totaling at $903.0m. This was an increase of 18.1% month-on-month and 16.9% year-on-year.

Multi-denomination slots were the most lucrative form of slots, with revenue if $444.3m. This was a rise of 17.7% from February and 26.3% year-on-year.

Penny slots brought in $341.1m, up by 20.8% monthly. This was followed by one dollar slots, which generated $65.5m – a rise of 17.2%..

Table games brought in $452.1m, up 29.6% from the previous month and 53.3% from March 2021.

Baccarat was the largest contributor, with revenue of $131.7m. This was up significantly from February, rising 109.2%, and also year-on-year, where it increased by 93.1%.

Twenty one was the second most popular table game this month, coming to $104.5m. This was 8.2% lower than in February, but 46.4% higher than the previous march.

Roulette was the third most popular table game in February, amounting to $54m. This was up by half from February, at 49.9%, and 62.3% from March 2021.

The total sports betting revenue was $36.9m for the month, a growth of 19.4% from the previous month, but down 6.4% from the previous March.

Sports betting handle came to $862.7m, up by 10.4% month-on-month. This was also up 34.6% year-on-year.

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