Nevada casinos set a new gaming win record in July 2021, raking in $1.36 billion.

It’s the largest in state history, beating the previous record of $1.23 billion set in May, and up from June’s mark of $1.19 billion.

It’s the fifth consecutive month where win exceeded $1 billion. The last time that happened was in 2008.
Table, counter and card game winnings statewide of $486.2 million increased nearly 48% marked the second-highest total in state history.

More than $12 billion was bet with slot machines during the month, and house winnings totaled nearly $874 million. That was up 25.5%.

Sports pool winnings set a record last month, at $33.3 million. Bets made with mobile apps won $13.6 million on $242 million in wagers and accounted for 59% of total sports wagers.
The nearly $98 million the state of Nevada reaped in revenues based on July monthly winnings was the third-highest all-time.

The figure is an important part of the $8.7 billion state of Nevada budget for the next two years. Casino taxes make up about 17.4% of state revenues, second only to sales taxes. Nevada has no personal income tax.
July Win in Washoe County (Reno-Sparks): $100.04 million up 38.45% over 2020.

That is the first time Washoe has won $100 million in a month since August 2002.
The Carson Valley area, which includes valley portions of Douglas County as well as the capital, notched its second highest win of all time just behind May of this year. Total win there was $12.2 million, up 25.9% over July 2020.

South Tahoe casinos at Stateline reported $32.2 million in win, a 52.8% increase over July 2020. At the North Shore, win totaled $3.4 million, a 38.9% increase over 2020.