Kansas became the 35th state to legalize sports betting after Gov.
Lawmakers had approved the measure, SB 84, on April 28—the House by a 73-49 vote, the Senate 21-13.
The law sets a 10% tax on gaming revenue, sending 80% of the revenue to a fund to incentivize professional sports teams to come to Kansas.
The Kansas Racing and Gaming Commission must adopt regulations by Jan. 1, 2023.
- The Kansas Lottery estimates that sports betting available at state-owned casinos and mobile platforms would generate between $360 ...