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4 New Reports: Average Las Vegas Casinos, 2014

By David G. Schwartz on January 15, 2015 1:50 PM | Permalink

Following up with data from the 2014 Nevada Gaming Abstract, we have created four new reports summarizing results for "average" casinos in four Clark County reporting areas:

Average Small Las Vegas Strip Casino, 2014 
A statistical summary of the average Las Vegas Strip casino with annual gaming revenues between $1 million and $72 million with both gaming and non-gaming revenues and information on employment, taxes, and expenses

Average Downtown Las Vegas Casino, 2014 
A statistical summary of the average Downtown Las Vegas casino (with annual gaming revenues of over $1 million) with both gaming and non-gaming revenues and information on employment, taxes, and expenses

New Report: Average Downtown Las Vegas Casino, 2013

By David G. Schwartz on January 14, 2014 1:20 PM | Permalink

Downtown Las Vegas has seen some changes recently. What has the impact been on its casinos? This report shows how the average casino there is performing:

Average Downtown Las Vegas Casino, 2013
A statistical summary of the average Downtown Las Vegas casino (with annual gaming revenues of over $1 million) with both gaming and non-gaming revenues and information on employment, taxes, and expenses

 

Six "Average Casino" reports posted

By David G. Schwartz on January 30, 2013 3:45 PM | Permalink
Since the 2012 Nevada Gaming Abstract was released, we've been busy at the Center. Today I posted six (6!) new reports charting the performance of "average" casinos on the Las Vegas Strip, Downtown Las Vegas, Boulder Strip, Laughlin, and Reno/Sparks.

I find these reports useful because they provide a frame of reference for judging individual casino performance in their markets.

I split the Las Vegas Strip into two groups: the "big" casinos, which make more than $72 million a year, and the "small" casinos that make less than $72 million. Big and small is just about money here: a "small" casino might have more rooms and square footage than a "big" one, but make less money. The Gaming Control Board breaks them down this way, and I think that you'll find it useful.

Here they are:

Average Big Las Vegas Strip Casino, 2012