The Gaming Control Board Thursday announced revenue from the play of table games during May was up 6.9 percent over revenue generated for the same time period last year.
May's gross table games revenue generated $71,342,206 or $4,594,185 more than in May 2015 when revenue totaled $66,748,021.
The Board also reported that the resulting tax revenue produced from table games play in May was $10,156,714.
There was an average of 1,191 tables in operation statewide on a daily basis.
A more complete report is available online.Earlier, the Board reported May slot machine revenue was down 1.1 percent over last year.