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Vegas Casinos Rake In Record Gambling Revenue, Proves The House Doesn’t Lose

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Las Vegas casinos have seen record-breaking revenue, with The Strip generating $905.4 million and Clark County surpassing $1.269 billion in December 2023. Statewide, revenue exceeded $1.432 billion.

The city is experiencing a surge in growth and interest, marked by the addition of the Fontainebleau mega-resort, F1 events, and the upcoming Super Bowl.

This momentum suggests that February may set a new gambling record as the city anticipates an influx of visitors for the Chiefs/49ers game.

“Las Vegas casinos on The Strip generated a record $905.4 million in December 2023, and casinos in Clark County combined for more than $1.269 billion in revenue,” according to 8NewsNow.

Vegas recently added a new mega-resort, the Fontainebleau. The city hosted F1 car racing and now the Super Bowl will take place this weekend.

February will likely set a new gambling record as the city is flooded with visitors for the Chiefs/49ers game.

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