Nevada Poker Rooms Makes $118 Million In 2015

In Nevada, poker rooms raked US$ 118023,000 last year, as per new numbers revealed by Silver State gaming regulators earlier on Friday. The number was a 1.57% decline compared to US$ 119904000 of 2014. Poker revenue was US$ 123891000 in the year 2013.
This includes from online poker that Nevada started in the year 2013. The all-time top for Nevada poker was the US$ 167975000 seen in the year 2007. Since that time, revenue has gone down year-over-year in all but one year.
Near the end of last year, Nevada had seventy-six poker rooms with an immixed 681 tables. Both those numbers are the fewest since 2000s. The state lost three poker rooms in 2015. The Nevada poker market did well in the months of May, June and July in spite of all three events which include the annual World Series of Poker. All these months registered year over year profits – 0.62, 4.46 and 0.59, respectively. There was just one other month in 2015 which noted an uptick.


Last year, the Las Vegas Strip had twenty-three poker rooms with a aggregated 326 tables, introducing US$ 77343000 of the US$ 118023000.
Breakdown of poker revenue in 2015:
•    January – $9782000
•    February – $8530000
•    March – $9690000
•    April – $8511000
•    May – $10320000
•    June – $15840000
•    July – $11458000
•    August – $8510000
•    September – $8340000
•    October – $8730000
•    November – $8973000
•    December – $9359000