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Stateline casinos post 9.7 percent gaming win

Staff reports

Casinos at Stateline posted a 9.7 percent increase in the gaming win for the month of May, according to information released today by the Nevada Gaming Control Board.

Stateline casinos raked in $14.6 million during the month, up from $13.3 million in May 2012.

With only one month left in the fiscal year the chief source of gaming revenue for Douglas County was 5 percent ahead of last year with $198.98 million.

The Carson Valley area, which includes all of the East Fork Township and Carson City, posted a 7.4 percent increase in gaming win to $8.85 million. That was a rare entry in the plus column and not enough to bring gaming numbers for the year into positive territory. So far, Carson Valley and Carson City casinos have brought in $89.4 million, 1.89 percent down from last fiscal year.

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