The latest figures from the Nevada Gaming Control Board have been released, and June was a good month for the state’s casinos.
Last month saw a casino win of over $887 million dollars.
That’s up nearly seven percent from June of 2015.
Clark County saw a collective increase of 7.33 percent in gaming win, with the strip up 9.74 percent and Laughlin up 9.57 percent compared to this time last year.
Downtown Las Vegas gaming revenue was up slightly at 0.56 percent, but North Las Vegas and the Boulder Strip saw declines.
Elko County revenue was up as well at 2.32 percent.
Statewide, revenue for the fiscal year is up 0.66 percent.