Nevada has declared gaming revenue of over $1bn for January 2022, marking the 11th consecutive month the Silver State’s operators have surpassed the billion dollar mark in revenue.
Data from the Nevada Gaming Control Board has revealed that January’s gaming revenue of $1.08bn was a 41.6% improvement on the previous year’s $761.8m.
It is the 11th month in a row that Nevada has surpassed the $1bn mark in monthly revenue, a streak that began back in March 2021.
Slot machines contributed the most towards the month’s revenue total with $731.5m a 38.96% increase YoY (2021: $526.5m) with a win percentage of 11.24%. Multi Denomination slots generated the most revenue with $358.1m, followed by One Cent slot machines with $279.6m.
Table, Counter, and Card Games provided $347.3m towards January’s revenue, a 47.46% growth YoY (2021: $235.4m) with a win percentage of 7.29%. Blackjack revenue led the way at $106.0m, followed by Baccarat with $64.8m.
Sports betting revenue in January totaled $67.7m, down 4.6% YoY (2021: $77.7m), $15.2m of which came from mobile sports betting. The sport that generated the most revenue was Football with $36.6m, followed by Basketball with $11.3m.
Last month, the Nevada Gaming Control Board declared that just under $180m was wagered on this year’s Super Bowl LVI at the state’s sportsbooks.