In October, Nevada gaming generated sales of 1,02 billion dollars, and while this was down 3.9 percent year-on-year, it was the sixth time in 2019 that the total monthly figure was more than 1 trillion dollars according to a report which was published by IGB North America.

Slot machines representing a total of $699.1 million were the largest single source of incomes, 0.8% better than in the previous year, with table, counter and card games revenue (including races and sports).

But according to figures from the Nevada Gaming Commission, the sports betting handle again exceeded that of New Jersey in October. Sports, with 8.81 percent holding, accounted for $543.5 million in revenue of $47.9 million, a growth of 61.7 percent year-on-year.

But according to figures from the Nevada Gaming Commission, the sports betting handle again exceeded that of New Jersey in October. Sports, with 8.81 percent holding, accounted for $543.5 million in revenue of $47.9 million, a growth of 61.7 percent year-on-year.

Throughout October, sports betting was the third-largest source of revenue for board, counter and card players in the month, behind some of the state’s largest table games.

Blackjack, which produces sales of 92.3 million dollars, remains the largest in lieu of a 26.5% fall, led by Baccarat, which produced $56.7 million. Craps revenue decreased to $31.7 million, while roulette revenues declined to $28.2 million by 30.3%.

Revenue on Las Vegas strip dropped 9.3 percent to $538.5 million, and slot sales declined to nominal $233.6 million for alternative, counter and card players.