After the first full month of table games at all three Delaware gambling venues, the Department of Finance released numbers showing that July's revenues lagged behind projections.
The state forecast that it would receive $29 million in table games revenue this fiscal year—an average of about $558,000 per week. In July, the state received roughly $1.7 million from table games, or $426,000 per week.
“It's definitely too early to start making judgments," said deputy lottery director Vernon Kirk. "There's just not enough raw data."