Las Vegas showing signs of recovery

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There are signs of recovery in Las Vegas with visitation and gaming revenue improving in February from January even though the month had three fewer days.

Las Vegas Strip revenue grew 8.37 per cent even though baccarat continued its slump with revenue less than half of last year and play drop down 59 per cent.

Year-over-year gaming revenue fell 41.55 per cent from last year to $3.48bn, but this will be the last month of pre-pandemic business volumes. However, locals revenue was nearly even with last year.

Source: Fantini’s Gaming Report

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