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Nevada Gaming revenue increased year-on-year but fell from March

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The gaming revenue of Nevada increased 8.6% on an annual basis to $1.13 billion in April. However, this was 16.8% lower than the total for March.

The majority of revenues came from slots, with $804.1m. This was an increase of 1.4% on a year-onyear basis, but a decrease by 11.0% when compared to the previous month.

The revenue from the multi-denomination slot machines increased by an 11.9%, to $397.4m.

The revenue from penny slot machines was also down 10,5% on an annual basis, to $305.0m. The revenue from one dollar slot machines was $55,8m. This is up by 1.0% since April 2021.

You can read the complete story at iGB North America.

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