The State(s) of Sports Betting in the U.S.

Since the Supreme Court’s landmark decision to overturn the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act in 2018, allowing states to regulate sports betting individually, many states have passed legislation that allows sports betting through retail and/or online sportsbooks.

As of February 6, 2023, 36 states plus Washington D.C. have legalized sports betting, three of which (Florida, Maine and Nebraska) have yet to launch legal sportsbooks. According to the American Gaming Association, another eight states have pre-filed or introduced bills to legalize sports betting or plan to put it on the ballot. The only states with no current plans to legalize sports betting are California, Alaska, Alabama, Minnesota, Idaho and Utah.


Source: Statista

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