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Gaming Revenues for Nevada and Las Vegas

(Corrects data for 2010, 2009, 2008 & 2007 in table that was sent on Sept. 30.)

The following table details the estimated fiscal year gaming revenues for Nevada and Las Vegas, in Aug., according to the State of Nevada Gaming Control Board.

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Time            Nevada     YOY   Las Vegas     YOY  LV Strip as a
Period           Total   % Chg       Strip   % Chg  % of Nevada
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FY 2013 YTD   $1,881.0    0.9%    $1,100.5    1.1%      58.5%
FY 2012      $10,711.6    0.7%    $6,051.7    0.6%      56.5%
FY 2011      $10,636.0    3.0%    $6,014.1    7.0%      56.5%
FY 2010      $10,327.3   -4.3%    $5,620.1   -0.6%      54.4%
FY 2009      $10,791.0  -13.7%    $5,655.9  -15.3%      52.4%
FY 2008      $12,501.2   -1.9%    $6,675.1   -1.5%      53.4%
FY 2007      $12,739.1    4.6%    $6,777.1    6.2%      53.2%
FY 2006      $12,180.5   10.7%    $6,378.6   14.3%      52.4%
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Time            Nevada     YOY   Las Vegas     YOY  LV Strip as a
Period           Total   % Chg       Strip   % Chg  % of Nevada
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FY 2005      $11,005.4    8.8%    $5,578.9    9.6%      50.7%
FY 2004      $10,111.5    5.7%    $5,091.7    7.7%      50.4%
FY 2003       $9,563.8    2.8%    $4,726.3    4.3%      49.4%
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NOTE: The Nevada Gaming Control Board fiscal year is July to June.
All gaming revenue data is in US$ millions. 

SOURCE: Nevada Gaming Control Board http://gaming.nv.gov/mrrindex.htm#mrrindex

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