Nevada gaming win tops $1B for 9th straight month, sets record
Nevada casinos have won more than $1 billion from players for nine consecutive months. November's win was 71.4% higher than November 2020. Nevada has a maximum 6.75% tax on gross gaming revenue. For the first 11 months of 2021, casinos won $12.3 billion. The state received $93.6 million from casinos for November. It's the third-highest annual total in history. Tax collections are trending 23.9% ahead of last year for the five months in 2021-22 fiscal year. Clark County casinos paced the state’s November win with $ 1.16 billion and the Strip contributed $755.1 million.
Nevada gaming win tops $1 billion for 9th straight month. The Specialty Equipment Market Association trade show that began Nov. 2 drew 114,000 attendees. Rolling Stones played Allegiant Stadium on Nov., 6, Sting began his residency at Caesars Palace on November. Saul “Canelo” Alvarez fought Caleb Plant onNov. 6 at the MGM Grand Arena, and Terence Crawford battled Shawn Porter on the Mandalay Bay Events Center on 20. Las Vegas Raiders played two games at Allegiate Stadium, Nov, 14 and 21. Sportsbooks won a record $72 million from $ 1.1billion wagered.