According to ICANN 2014 budget it is expecting revenue coming in from New gTLD’ to be less than 10% of existing TLD”s.
The 2014 revised budget has $81,115,000 in revenue coming in from registries and registrars from incumbent TLD’s but only $7,043,000 in revenue coming in from new gTLD’s.
ICANN fiscal year closes on June 30 and since new gTLD’s most likely wont start until the 4th Q of 2013, that is taking into account less than a full year of operation.
Moreover many new gTLD’s will not launch until the 1st quarter of 2014 leaving only a few months of operations before ICANN fiscal year closes.
ICANN is also expecting that revenue from incumbent TLD registries is forecasted to decrease during the 2nd half of FY14 by 1%, as a result of the new gTLD registries starting operations, resulting in a flat transaction volume vs FY13.