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Nevada’s Gaming Revenue Reaches $1.24bn In April 2024

Ben Horlock

Nevada’s gaming revenue reported figures of $1.24Billion for April 2024, up 7% year-on-year. Almost three-quarters of the total was generated via slots. 

They accumulated for $886.8m of last month’s figure. In terms of year-on-year, this was a 5.9% increase. The remaining $353.4m came via table, counter and card games.

Nevada’s Gaming Revenue – April 2024

From the total $886.8m which was made from slot games, the largest contributor came from multi-denomination machines. Overall, the figure stood at $586.8m, which was up an impressive 26.4% year-on-year.

The 1¢ machines followed, generating $216.6m. However, this represented a decline of 21.5% compared to April 2023. When looking at growth, the largest increase in April revenue came via $25 slots.

They were up a huge 137.6% to $1.4m. In contrast, the $5 slots reported the steepest decline. A fall of  39.6% was recorded to $4.5m.

In terms of Nevada’s gaming revenue for table, counter and card games, blackjack was the biggest contributor to the $353.4m total.

Some of the best online blackjack sites can be played in the Silver State. Last month’s figures saw $110.2m (31.2%) come from the hugely popular casino game.

For growth rate, blackjack was the second-highest of any of the games in this category, up by a total of 16%. Meanwhile, baccarat provided the argest year-on-year growth.

A total of $76.1m was generated which is just over 72%. In contrast, the biggest decline was reported from craps, which was down by 25.5% to $30.3m.

When looking specifically at the Las Vegas Strip, the area reported figures of $666.1m in gaming revenue for April 2024. This is up by 6.6% year-on-year.

Of the total generated, $409.3m came from slot games. Therefore, the remaining $256.8m came via table, counter and card games. All in all, this was also up year-on-year to 9.2%.

Ben Horlock

Ben is an experienced news and features writer who specializes in providing expert guides on all aspects of online and in-person gambling. Ben has over ten years experience writing for web-based audiences and has strong expertise in casinos, online cryptocurrency gambling platforms as well as slots and table games. Ben has been published across a number of english international news outlets, including InstantCasinos and BitcoinCasino. As well, Ben has worked in social media for four years in the sports gambling industry.