The Nevada State Gaming Control board reported Mesquite’s gaming revenue for the month of April fell 4.16 percent compared to the same time frame from 2013.
From April 1 through 30 of 2014, Mesquite casinos posted a gaming win of $10,099,466, compared to $10,538,270 from April 1-30, 2013. For the current fiscal year, Mesquite’s gaming revenue is down 2.43 percent, dropping from last year’s $96,347,496 (from July 1, 2012-April 30, 2013) to its current $94,009,8111 (July 1, 2013-April 30, 2014).
Overall, the state’s total gaming revenue dropped .27 percent, from $854,287,264 from last April to $852,005,476 in April 2014.
Clark County’s revenue as a whole increased .87 percent, assisted by a 3.19 increase from the Las Vegas Strip corridor. Downtown Las Vegas dropped 2.55 percent and North Las Vegas fell 1.91 percent. Laughlin fell 4.3 percent, the highest percentage in Clark County, while the Boulder Strip decreased 2.58 percent.
The largest overall drop in the state was South Lake Tahoe, which fell 42.27 percent overall.