In the first month that brick-and-mortar gambling returned to the Silver State since the coronavirus-induced shutdown, Nevada casinos experienced a 45.5 percent drop in revenue.

According to numbers released by the Nevada Gaming Control Board, the state’s gross gaming revenue in June was $566.8 million. Gov. Steve Sisolak allowed casinos to resume operations, with several restrictions in place, June 4. It was the first time casinos were operational since Sisolak ordered them closed in…

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