Nevada gaming win records continue to fall for state’s major casinos
Nevada's casinos won $13.43 billion in calendar year 2021. The state's largest casinos in December won more than $1 billion for the 10th straight month. December's nonrestricted casinos also won over $1000 million. Clark County was the biggest contributor to the state win with $998.4 million, 86.8 percent of the total. Nevada received $68.2 million from casinos for December. The gaming win figures are important to Nevada because taxes are collected from the win totals. It has a maximum 6.75 percent tax on gross gaming revenue.
11 of the state's submarkets set all-time gaming win amounts in calendar year 2021. Every market statewide recorded increases over calendar 2020. The only markets to record decreases were North Las Vegas and Laughlin. Outlying Clark County recorded the largest increase. Mesquite, downtown Las Las Vegas and the Strip increased. The average growth rate for the past 10 years was 4.8 percent. Total win increased 84. 8 percent the first six months and increased 60.4 percent in the second six. Slot win of $9.2 billion increased 70.5 percent, slot coin-in of $129. 4 billion, $4.7 billion and $428 million were up.