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The Nevada Gaming Control Board (NGCB) has decided to stop reporting online poker revenues in its monthly Gaming Revenue Report.
Nevada No Longer Reporting Online Poker Revenues

NGCB Chairman A.G. Burnett told PRO the decision would be reversed if the Treasure Island Casino or 888poker entered the market.


According to figures reported by the Nevada Gaming Control Board (NGCB), operators in Nevada have realized record low revenues for the fourth consecutive month.
Nevada Online Poker Revenues Reach Another New Low

Though reporting their lowest month on record, operators in Nevada can be encouraged by its lowest month-on-month decline.


Revenues from online poker in New Jersey hit an all-time low in November posting only $1,877,603 according to figures released by the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement on Friday.
When Will New Jersey Online Poker Revenues Bottom Out?

Traditional seasonal trends are not occurring in New Jersey as online poker revenues experience a third consecutive month of declines in a time that they should rise.


The October Gaming Revenue Report released by the Nevada Gaming Control Board lists online poker revenues at a low point for the year.
Online Poker Revenues in Nevada Fall to New Low

Disappointing revenues are not likely to improve in November’s figures.


Record online poker revenues in June could not be sustained through July and fell off dramatically in August as Nevada posted a 22.5% monthly decrease in online poker revenues.
The WSOP Effect Wears Off in Nevada—Online Poker Revenues Drop 22.5%

Another revenue increase is expected following the launch of 888 within the next six months.


Due in large part to the World Series of Poker, revenues from online poker topped the $1 million mark in June for the first time. With July only benefiting from the WSOP effect for half its month, revenues were sure to be down.
Nevada Online Poker Revenues Dip Slightly in July

Following the largest month on the books for online poker operators in June, July figures were only slightly smaller.


Online poker revenues for the state of Nevada had an exceptional month in June due in large part to the 2014 World Series of Poker.
Nevada Online Poker Revenues Up 20% in June

World Series of Poker sparks online poker surge in Nevada.


Online poker revenues in the state of Nevada picked up slightly during the month of May--increasing 8.84% to $862,000.
Nevada Online Poker Revenues Rebound in May

Online poker revenues increase 8.84% statewide.


The latest figures released by the Nevada Gaming Control Board show a 14.5% drop in online poker revenues.
Nevada’s Online Poker Revenues in April Disappoint

The first state to regulate online poker in the US sees revenues drop 14.5%.


Online poker in Nevada generated $926,000 in revenue during the month of March according to a report released Tuesday by the Nevada Gaming Control Board.
Nevada Online Poker Revenues Hold Steady

As the seasonal decline of online poker traffic begins, revenue for Nevada online operators levels off.


The Nevada Gaming Control Board (GCB) revenue statistics for February list online poker total win amount at $824k.
Nevada Online Poker Revenues Released for First Time

February generated online poker total win of $824k, slightly below the average since regulation began.


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