Those states are:
Arkansas: The Arkansas Racing Commission regulates the state, as sports betting began in July 2019. However, currently there are only two in-person casinos where bettors can place wagers.
Delaware: There are three casinos that take sports bets, as legalization of sports betting started in Delaware in June 2018. The Delaware Lottery oversees sports betting in the state.
Louisiana: As of the fall 2021, four sportsbooks are open in the state where bettors can place in-person sports wagers. Online sports betting became legal on Jan 28, 2022. The Louisiana Gaming Control Board oversees the state’s gaming.
Maryland: In-person sports betting became legal on Dec. 9 in Maryland.
Mississippi: Sports betting became legal in the state in August 2018, but only at retail casinos.
Montana: Online betting in Montana is technically legal, but can only be done in licensed establishments that have kiosks and mobile applications that can only be used in those establishments. The state’s lottery oversees sports betting.
New Mexico: Currently in-person sports betting can be done at tribal casinos, as interpreted by state law.
North Carolina: Sports betting is only legal at two tribal casinos in the state.
North Dakota: Similar to New Mexico, in-person sports betting can only be done at the states tribal casinos.
South Dakota: Sports betting is legal only at four casinos in the town of Deadwood, as of Sept. 9, 2021.
Washington: Sports betting is only legal at certain tribal casinos, as of Sept. 9, 2021.
-- FrontPageBets Staff