Discussion in 'Casino Gaming' started by adbynot01, Feb 28, 2017.
with all of that, they should not need to collect resort fees!!
Where did you find those numbers? I'd be interested in seeing what the take was on regular slots since it shows just penny slots.
BTW, I changed the thread title as the picture just says Nevada numbers, not just Vegas
Was pretty psyched to see downtown gaming revenues up over 30 percent compared to January 2016. Even allowing for factors such as New Years occurring on a weekend and Chinese New Year occurring all in January, over 30 percent is still pretty impressive.
Those are huge numbers!
And I'm not just talking about the font size!
Got it off a twitter feed.
Total slot/video poker take in Nevada last month was $634.5M. Overall win percentage 7.48% (92.52% return). Penny slot/VP return win % state wide is 11.36% (88.64% return)
Large Strip Casinos only (>$72M annual revenue each)
Sports $652,000 (sharps must have did well this SB)
Penny slots/VP only $82.9M Win %age: 14.22% (85.78% return...yikes)
All slots and VP $239.7M Win %age: 9.08% (90.92% return)
Super Bowl will be in next month's figures. I have read and heard reports of casino profits between 8 and 10 million on the super bowl. But that figure is statewide, not just the big boys
Oops you're right. They got crushed badly by the college football national championship?
I know the football playoffs were bad for them. Too many overs and public teams covering
Clemson covering money line was a bad outcome from the books.
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