Where Is Sports Betting Considered Legal In The United States? Before May 2018, only one ...
In 2020, the state put legalizing sports betting under consideration. Arizona: Legal. Sports betting became legal on April 15, 2021. The legislation in place permits 20 operators in Arizona.
AGA’s interactive sports betting map provides state-level detail on the types of wagering allowed, key regulatory details, legal retail sportsbooks and online/mobile, and more. “Live, Legal” denotes states where single-game sports betting is legally offered to consumers through retail and/or online sportsbooks.
Since then, US states have been quick to move forward with bills and legislation allowing legal sports betting to operate on various platforms. The first state to legalize sports betting since 2018 was Delaware, and others have quickly followed.
What Are the States With Legal Sports Betting? Arkansas (Only physical sportsbooks) Colorado (Full selection of betting options) Delaware (Only physical sportsbooks) Florida (Full selection of betting options) Illinois (Full selection of betting options) Indiana (Full selection of betting options) ...
While PASPA was enacted from 1992 to 2018, only Nevada, Delaware, Oregon, and Montana were exempt from the federal ban on sports betting in some form. Now that PASPA is abolished, more than 20 states have legalized sports betting in land-based casinos, online, or both forms.
On Aug. 30, 2018, West Virginia became the fifth state to offer legal and regulated sports betting when the Hollywood Casino -- a sportsbook owned by Penn National -- opened its doors.
Rhode Island. One mobile betting option. Rhode Island has been offering legal sports betting since 2018 when retail sportsbooks opened at its two commercial casinos. William Hill (now owned by Caesars) is the only legal retail and online sportsbook in the state.