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CDC Gaming ReportsLike the rest of the economy, gaming was on a roll in 2019. It appeared set to continue into 2020. But as we all know, an infamous “black swan” showed up in the guise of a global pandemic. Again, like the rest of the economy, gaming came to a halt. It was a full stop with all casinos in the country closing in March. It wasn’t until May that some states permitted casinos to reopen with restrictions. It took the rest of 2020 for most of the nation’s gambling halls to reopen.
CDC Gaming ReportsThe latest earning reports from casino operators and tourism officials show strong earnings and visitation and convention attendance on an upward trajectory in Las Vegas.