iGaming Business – The Nevada Gaming Control Board has reported that the state’s online poker market suffered its worst monthly performance of the year during September.

Revenue from the state’s various online poker operators amounted to just $693,000 (€551,574), down from the previous lowest monthly total of $742,000 that was reported in August of this year.

The monthly total is almost half of the amount collected by the state in June, when online poker revenue peaked at just over $1 million.

In addition to the slump in online poker revenue, the Nevada Gaming Control Board recorded a drop in state-wide total gaming win.