STATELINE, Nev. — It’s no shock that Stateline casinos win was up almost $30 million since July 1.
Final yr’s Caldor Hearth evacuation in September and the 2020 coronavirus hangover each made a dent within the casinos take during the last two years.
However buoyed by first rate circumstances, the $107.9 million win in the course of the first 4 months of the yr was the very best in a decade, based on figures from the Nevada Gaming Management Board.
The casinos raked in $18.16 million throughout October, up 13.19% in comparison with October 2021, when the casinos had been nonetheless recovering from the evacuations.
The gaming win in the course of the month was not fairly as much as pre-pandemic and fireplace Octobers, when the casinos gained $19.5 million in 2019.
However when the primary 4 months had been added up, the take thus far this fiscal yr was the very best it’s been since 2008, which marked the beginning of the Nice Recession.
That yr noticed the gaming win at Stateline drop from $117 million over two years to $82 million in 2010.
The Stateline casinos are the primary supply of Douglas County’s gaming income. In addition they generate vital gross sales and lodging taxes.
Casinos within the East Fork and Carson Metropolis townships had been up 4.13% to $11.98 million in October. The state combines the 2 areas for reporting functions. Since July 1, the casinos have taken in $47 million, up 2.47% from final yr.
Statewide, gaming revenues are up 4.83% to $1.28 billion, with the Las Vegas Strip accounting for $705 million by itself.
All of Washoe County generated $91.4 million.