Casino Nevada gaming revenue falls 99.6% in April amid coronavirus closures May 29, 2020 By Ezra Amacher The Nevada Gaming Control Board (NGCB) reported a 99.6% decline in April gaming revenue as casinos remained closed due to the coronavirus. Nevada casinos earned a meager $3.6m for the month by way of online poker and sports betting. The NGCB redacted sports betting totals. Caesars is the only operator who provides online poker in Nevada. Las Vegas Strip casinos accounted for $3.4m of the April gaming win. A dozen sections of the state saw revenue drop by 100%.