Nevada is known for its gaming revenue in the US. However, the COVID 19 pandemic has hit it badly. The gaming revenue for Nevada in May has fallen by 99.4% on a year on year basis. The gaming revenue for the month of May has been recorded as just $5.8mn. However, the only good news is that it has shown improvement from the figure of April. The gaming revenue of April was only $3.6mn.
The casinos in the state were closed during the month to arrest the spread of the novel coronavirus. However, the venues have now reopened since June 4 with strict health and safety measures.
The gaming revenue sources of May were only Mobile Sports Betting and Poker. However, there were also land-based slot machines at retail outlets.
The Nevada Gaming Control Board is not permitted now to reveal the figures for a single operator. Hence, the individual figures for betting and poker are not revealed.