Nevada once again surpassed $1 billion in monthly revenue, generating $1.24 billion in the month of September. Total revenue was up 8% year-on-year, with slot machines dominating the scene – $856.2 million.

Slots also generated the biggest year-over-year increase in revenue, up 10%. And multi-denomination machines proved to be the most popular, accounting for $447 million in slot machine revenue. Table, counter and card games also saw an increase in September, growing 4% to $384 million on record.

Blackjack proved to be the most profitable game for Nevada casinos, generating $86.4 million despite being 6% lower when compared to last year. Baccarat came in second, earning $80 million.

Needless to say, Clark County – home of the Las Vegas Strip – made the biggest contribution to Nevada gaming revenue, generating $1.06 billion of the state’s monthly total. Naturally, reported revenue for September rounds out the third quarter of the year, in which Nevada made $3.76 billion, up 3% from a year ago.

Table, counter and card games account for $1.22 billion in revenue for the third quarter, while slot machines posted $3.75 billion, an increase of 2%. And looking back over the past 12 months, Nevada’s revenue comes in at $14.69 billion, 23% more than the year before.

With $4.82 billion in the last 12 months, card games have seen a 33% increase, while slot machine revenue for the same period is $9.87 billion, an increase of 19%.

Elsewhere, sports betting revenue continued to see an increase in the state in September. Race bookmakers earned $2.6 million for the month, up 5% from a year ago. Sportsbooks, meanwhile, reported $70.6 million.