It's still that time of the year--more updates to Nevada gaming reports.
Today, we are uploading a revised version of the following report with 2013 data
Nevada Gaming Revenues,1984-2013
Calendar Year Revenues for Selected Reporting Areas: Statewide, Las Vegas Strip, Downtown Las Vegas, Boulder Strip, and Washoe County
As you see, the state's gaming industry has grown considerably, and the past few years show interesting revenue patterns.
Good news! After a lot of work, we have released the 2013 annual report:
CGR Annual Report 2013
The Center's comprehensive year in review: a look back at new and continuing projects and programs
Please have a look--the report will give you a sense of the Center's scope and work.
It's becoming a habit here--another report is updated with 2013 calendar data:
Nevada Gaming Revenue: Long-Term Trends (2000-2013)
Analysis of the total number of positions, slots, and table games for Nevada casinos from 2000 to the present. Charts include totals for total game categories and breakdowns for blackjack, baccarat, craps, sports books, and poker.
Now with year-end 2013 numbers:
Nevada's Gaming Footprint, 1963-2013
A breakdown of total licenses and numbers of games, tables, and slots from 1963 to the present--restricted and non-restricted locations.
The Nevada Gaming Control releases data about the financial performance of the state’s gaming industry. This report summarizes relevant data about gaming win, hold percentage, and handle (total bet) for selected reporting areas in the state. The “Statewide” page includes information of the state’s gaming industry as a whole; the Las Vegas Strip is the area that generates over half of the state’s total revenue; Downtown Las Vegas produces less revenue, but is still a significant market; the Boulder Strip gives insight into the Las Vegas locals market; and Washoe County represents a significant piece of northern Nevada’s gaming industry.
Nevada Gaming Win 2013
Summary of Results from Statewide, Las Vegas Strip, Downtown Las Vegas, Boulder Strip, and Washoe County reporting areas