It has been a year since the Supreme Court struck down the federal ban online sports gambling, allowing states to legalize it if they prefer.
Where do we stand a year after? What nations are in company, and how do? What nations are imminently coming online? And what states are on the back burner? We’ve compiled an extensive look at all 50 states (and Washington D.C.), together with projected legalization dates for every nation.
To make this as easy as possible, there is an interactive map below, and the text for each state is ordered by the year we expect them to come online. Two specialists — Daniel Wallach, principal at Wallach Legal, the nation’s first law firm only devoted to sports betting, and Jake Williams, vice president of legal and regulatory affairs for Sportradar — helped me with the projections and sub-categories for every single state.
My conversations with Daniel and Jake arrived in the middle of a flurry of new states legalizing. Since the beginning of May, five (Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Montana and Tennessee). Do not be surprised if 15 states in total are accepting bets from the end of 2019.
That is enough of a preamble; let’s dive to the map and the complete list. If you would like to navigate directly to your state’s section, please click the links below.
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