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Nevada on record gaming-revenue pace as Las Vegas visitation and hotel occupancy continue to build
Nevada is holding steady for record gaming revenue, with Las Vegas visitation running 8% higher than 2022. Moreover, it’s expected to swell with the start of football season and the inaugural Formula One race on the Strip in November.
Las Vegas’ occupancy in July was the highest since prior to the pandemic, helping Nevada set an all-time monthly record of $1.4 billion in gaming revenue, while the Strip set an all-time record at $834.8 million. Strip gaming revenue is 6.5% higher year over year through the first seven months of 2023.
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