According to those figures, Nevada casinos won $821.1 million from gamblers in September, marking a 22.38 percent drop compared to September 2019, when the operator made $1.06 billion.Slot Gacor
With September’s results, this is the fourth month in a row that Nevada has experienced at least a 22 percent year-over-year decline. Governor Steve Sisolak allowed casinos to reopen in early June, leading to a massive 45 percent drop in revenue across the state.
The initial decline can be attributed to the slow reopening of many casinos, but as nearly all properties are up and running again, the year-over-year decline has consistently held between 22-26 percent over the next three months.
The Las Vegas Strip was the hardest hit of any Nevada market with a 39.14 percent drop, which was nearly identical to the 39.19 percent drop seen in July and August. Obviously, a depressed tourism industry and the absence of a big midweek convention wreaking havoc on the Strip Slot Online.
Based on their business decisions, Strip casino owners don’t necessarily see trends changing anytime soon. Caesars’ Planet Hollywood only operates its hotels Thursday-Sunday and Wynn Resorts announced that it will suspend operations midweek for its casino and hotel at Encore Las Vegas.