New Sports Betting Laws


Whether you are into sports betting or not, you will want to take a look at the new legislation that has recently been passed by the state of Delaware and the state of South Dakota. You can find out more information about these states by reading the following article.

Legalized sports betting in Arizona

Almost one year after Arizona legalized sports betting, there have been several lawsuits filed against the state. These lawsuits argue that the state’s sports betting law is unconstitutional. It has been reported that more lawsuits could be filed against the law in the coming months.

One of the lawsuits is filed by the Yavapai-Prescott Indian Tribe. The tribe claims that the state is forcing it to participate in betting games on state land. The tribe believes that the state is violating Proposition 202, which states that only Arizona-based tribes can operate sportsbooks on Indian land.

Legalized sports betting in Colorado

During the first year of legalized sports betting in Colorado, the number of active sportsbooks almost doubled. This is thanks to a repeal of the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (PASPA), which previously prohibited sports betting in most states.

In Colorado, sports betting is legal in both casinos and online. There are 26 online sportsbooks, compared to only 19 retail sportsbooks. The market is growing fast, and early in 2022, there will be more than one sportsbook operating in Colorado.

Legalized sports betting in Tennessee

Currently, the only legalized form of sports betting in Tennessee is online. It’s easy to sign up and make a bet on your favorite team. And the odds are often better than those found in your local brick and mortar sportsbook.

One of the newest developments in sports betting is betting exchanges. These allow you to bet against other gamblers, instead of against the bookie.

Legalized sports betting in Delaware

Several states are considering legalized sports betting, including Delaware, Pennsylvania and New Jersey. The question is, how will these states incorporate the new games into their already busy calendars?

The NFL is not alone in opposing the legalization of sports gambling. In fact, the league is going as far as to file a lawsuit to block it in Delaware. The league’s attorney said the league would wait for the justices of the court to opine before it challenges the legislation.

Legalized sports betting in Mississippi

Whether you are a sports fan or not, you’ve probably heard about the US Supreme Court’s decision to remove the federal ban on sports betting in 2018. Now, sports betting is legal in seven states, including Mississippi.

Despite the ruling, however, there are still some major barriers to legal sports betting in Mississippi. For one, the state’s lawmakers are waiting on the Supreme Court to decide whether it can impose a sales tax on wagers.

Legalized sports betting in South Dakota

Despite the fact that sports betting is legal in South Dakota, the state is still working out the rules and regulations. While some out-of-state sports betting companies profit from South Dakota sports betting, the state does not have a regulated industry yet.

Sports betting in South Dakota is only legal in Deadwood casinos. Until recently, the only place in the state that offered legal wagers was in Deadwood. However, in September 2021, four casinos in Deadwood began taking bets on sports.

Legalized sports betting in Virginia

Until recently, Virginia was one of the few states in the country that did not offer legalized sports betting. However, the state is finally moving towards allowing online and retail betting. This move will help to increase tax revenue and create a new industry in Virginia.

The first licenses were given to major sports betting companies, including FanDuel and DraftKings. These companies went live in January and 2021.