I'm not into conspiracy theories the way you obviously are, so I'll pass on your offer. Check the state's gaming commission website for applicable reports. UNLV's Center for Gaming Research has some useful links. Also, for publicly traded gaming companies, look at the audited financial statements and quarterly reports, which are far more detailed than the publicly available reports on the gaming commission's websites. The reality is unless you're with the regulator (e.g., state gaming commission), IRS, external auditor of the company, or work in the accounting / finance department of the company, you will not have access to the type of detailed information you (apparently) desire. Even if you were fortuitously provided with such voluminous documentation (perhaps courtesy of whistleblower / douchebag Snowden), you likely wouldn't be able to properly analyze / interpret / compile such data. Not a knock on your ability, just I know it takes a huge group of people with diverse backgrounds / expertise to get the job done.