After years of recession, things may be finally looking up for casinos in Nevada. While Macau has overtaken the Las Vegas Strip as the main centre of gambling in the world, an improvement in the situation for casinos in Nevada is being looked on as a first sign that the land based gambling industry may be heading out of recession. Last November revenue from gambling in Nevada as a whole increased by almost 12 per cent when compared to revenue from 2012. Casino revenue on the Las Vegas Strip also rose to just over 22 percent which is enough to give hope that income will increase from now on as there was some decrease in October 2013.
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