Nevada casinos reported higher revenue in September compared to August, but the declines year-over-year were similar in September, according to numbers released Wednesday.
The Boulder Strip was up 1.8% while the balance of Clark County was up 2.2%.
The August casino win fell 25% in Clark County, an improvement from the 28.8% in July. In August, the Las Vegas Strip continued to take a hit by falling 39.1%, the same percentage decline as July. Downtown was down 21.5% in August. It fell 20.6% in July.
The balance of Clark County, which includes many local casinos increased 1.6% from $102.9 million in August.
The Boulder Strip rose 29.6% in August.