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Downtown Las Vegas sees 1.7% increase in gaming wins for November

Numbers still down overall
Posted at 8:23 AM, Dec 29, 2020

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — The Nevada Gaming Control Board has released its numbers for the month of November.

According to the numbers, the Las Vegas Strip is down 21.6% for the year and 17.8% for the month of November.

The downtown area did slightly better. It is down for the year by 17.4% but saw a 1.7% increase in gaming wins for the month of November.

Clark County saw a 20.6% decrease overall.

The statewide gaming win for November 2020 was $771 million. In November 2019, it was $937.5 million.

Casinos were closed statewide in March because of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Gaming was down 99.6% in April.

Since then, the numbers have improved slowly.

In June, the gaming win was down 45.5%. In August, it was down 22%.

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In October, it was down 19.5%.

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