Nevada Gaming Control Board released the statistics for the gambling revenues for July 2015. Overall gaming revenue for the month was $922.8 million, which is a 1% decline from the same time last year. Revenue from the Las Vegas Strip was down 2.1% to $524.9 million. The casino revenue of Downtown Las Vegas was better i.e. up 6.5%, while the rest of the Clark country generated a 6% increase. North Vegas recorded a 9.4% revenue decline, while the poorest performance comes from the Boulder strip which was down 11%. On the bright side, the overall slot machine revenue was up 5.5% at $600 million. Baccarat revenue, however, declined by 23% year-on-year to $104 million.
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