This upswing marks the highest-ever November earnings, largely credited to the debut of the Formula 1 Las Vegas Grand Prix, which took place from November 16th to 18th.

In November 2023, Nevada’s gaming industry achieved an unprecedented milestone. According to the Nevada Gaming Control Board’s recent report, the cumulative gaming win across all nonrestricted venues reached $1.37 billion statewide, reflecting a notable 12.56% upsurge compared to the previous year.

During the three months leading up to November, gaming revenue amounted to $3.96 billion, showcasing a 5.56% increase. Additionally, over the 12-month period ending in November, there was a 4.93% surge, totaling $15.4 billion in gaming revenue. When examining revenue figures across different regions, Clark County saw notable gains in November. Venues generating $1 million or more in revenue reached a total of $1.2 billion, marking a substantial 14.43% increase. The collective gaming win for the month across all nonrestricted establishments in Clark County amounted to $1.2 billion, demonstrating a noteworthy 14.34% surge.

The triumph extended beyond major revenue brackets. In the Carson Valley Area, nonrestricted venues achieved a gaming win of $11.1 million, indicating a 9.21% increase in November. However, over the preceding three-month and 12-month periods, the area encountered slight fluctuations and declines in gaming revenue.

The success observed in November can be chiefly attributed to the Formula 1 event held at The Venetian Resort Las Vegas. This prestigious event attracted high-profile investors such as Travis Kelce and Patrick Mahomes, generating excitement around the BWT Alpine F1 Race Team. The Venetian’s strategic position along the Strip allowed it to oversee a significant section of the racecourse.

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