The Nevada Gaming Control Board has issued statistical reports for the month of June, as well as fiscal 2016-17. Gaming properties in Laughlin experienced a decline in the former while enjoying a gain in the latter.
Clubs along the Colorado River had a gaming take just about $37-million in June, down a little more than 4% from the same month last year. A $480-million dollar gaming take represents a 1.8% gaming gain for the fiscal year.
Statewide, Nevada casinos racked up $11.4-billion in winnings for the fiscal year, up 2.9% from fiscal 2015-16.