Nevada casinos set a record in November for the most consecutive months winning more than $1 billion from players, the Nevada Gaming Control Board reported Wednesday.
Gaming properties around the state reported a win revenue in November of $1.32 billion — up from $1.22 billion in October, and just under the all-time record $1.36 billion figure set last July, according to new figures from the Nevada Gaming Control Board .
More than half of that came from the Las Vegas Strip, which had a gaming win of $755 million, more than double what was posted in November last year.
Overall, Clark County casinos reported a win of $1.16 billion last month. Nevada collected $93.55 million in percentage fees based on the taxable revenue generated in November.