|Texas||HB900||March 2021||Read first time and referred to committee on Licensing & Administrative Procedures|
HB900 is a sports betting bill that was introduced in the Texas legislation in March 2021. The bill aims to legalize online sports betting in the state, generating potential tax revenue and providing a safer betting environment for Texans. As of now, the bill has been read first time and referred to committee on Licensing & Administrative Procedures for further review. If passed, Texas could join the list of states that have legalized sports betting, which has already generated over $2 billion in tax revenue nationwide.
|New Jersey||2019||$4.5 billion|
The SB396 sports betting bill is a currently proposed bill in the state of Missouri that would legalize sports betting and lead to potentially significant revenue generation. As of now, similar bills have been passed in states such as New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Indiana, resulting in billions of dollars in revenue. If SB396 were to pass, it could potentially follow in their footsteps and generate a substantial amount of revenue for the state of Missouri. (Sources: www.playnj.com, www.playpennsylvania.com, www.nwitimes.com)
|Primary Sponsor||Adam Gray|
|Purpose||To legalize sports betting and establish a framework for its regulation in California.|
|Last Action||Amended and ordered to second reading in Senate|
AB2772 is a bill introduced in 2020 by Adam Gray which aims to legalize sports betting in California and establish a regulatory framework for this industry. The bill is currently active and has been amended and ordered to second reading in Senate as its last action. If passed, it would provide a great opportunity for the sports betting industry to flourish in California and bring about economic benefits to the state.
|Status||Introduced in House|
|Introduced||September 27, 2021|
|Committees||House Judiciary; House Energy and Commerce; House Ways and Means|
HR4535, the sports betting bill, was introduced in the House on September 27, 2021. As of now, the bill has two co-sponsors and has been referred to the House Judiciary, Energy and Commerce, and Ways and Means committees. The bill’s aim is to provide federal oversight for sports betting and create a national framework for the industry.
|Introduced||June 15, 2021|
|Signed into law||N/A|
|Purpose||To authorize and regulate online sports betting in New York State.|
S6046 is a bill introduced in June 2021 that aims to authorize and regulate online sports betting in New York State. Currently, the bill is still pending, and it has not been signed into law. The bill’s purpose is to create a framework that will allow individuals to place wagers on sporting events through approved operators while simultaneously producing state revenue from taxes earned on the transactions. If passed, New York would join the growing list of states that allow for sports betting. As of August 2021, more than two dozen states had enacted legislation relating to sports betting.
|2021-06-03||A4111||New Jersey||Passed Assembly|
|2021-06-24||A4111||New Jersey||Passed Senate|
The sports betting bill, A4111, was introduced in New Jersey on February 22nd, 2021. As of June 24th, 2021, the bill has passed both the assembly and the senate. This bill aims to allow the issuance of sports betting licenses to racetracks and other gambling operators in the state. The legalization of sports betting could generate significant revenue for New Jersey and create job opportunities in the gambling industry. (References: https://www.njleg.state.nj.us/bills/BillView.asp?BillNumber=A4111)
|Year||Number of States with Legalized Sports Betting|
The sports betting bill, also known as H3067, is a legislation that concerns the legalization of sports betting across the United States. Since its introduction in 2018, the number of states that have legalized sports betting has been steadily increasing. In 2018, only 7 states had legalized sports betting. However, in 2021, that number has significantly risen to 25 states. This trend indicates a growing interest and acceptance of sports betting in the US. The legalization of sports betting has brought about positive economic impacts as it generates revenue for the government and supports local businesses. The legalization of sports betting shows no signs of slowing down with many states expected to pass similar laws in the future. (Statistics from American Gaming Association, accessed July 2021)
The HB859 sports betting bill was introduced in the Georgia House of Representatives in 2021. If passed, the bill would legalize sports betting in the state and create a regulatory framework for licensing and regulating operators. According to a study by Oxford Economics, legalizing sports betting in Georgia could generate up to $1.5 billion in annual economic impact and create over 10,000 jobs. Additionally, a poll by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution found that 58% of Georgia residents support legalizing sports betting.
|Projected Annual Economic Impact||New Jobs Created||Support Among Georgia Residents|
|New Jersey||S1018||January 19, 2021||N/A|
S1018 is a sports betting bill that was introduced in New Jersey on January 19, 2021. As of now, there is no information available on whether the bill has been enacted or not. The bill’s aim is to expand sports betting in New Jersey.
|Year||Bill Passed||Revenue Generated|
|2012||$3.4 billion||$150 million|
|2018||$8.5 billion||$430 million|
A6843 is a sports betting bill that has been pending since 2021. The bill is aimed at legalizing sports betting in New York and generating revenue for the state. If passed, it could potentially contribute to the economy by generating a significant amount of revenue. Historical data shows that sports betting bills in other states have been successful in generating revenue. For instance, in 2018, sports betting bills in the United States generated a revenue of $430 million. However, it is important to note that bill A6843 has not yet been passed, and therefore, it remains to be seen whether it will generate revenue for New York state or not.
|State||Year||Gross Revenue||Tax Revenue|
|New Jersey||2021||$797.2 million||$94.2 million|
|Pennsylvania||2021||$666.7 million||$34.5 million|
|Indiana||2021||$326.5 million||$28.3 million|
HB1325 is a Sports Betting Bill that was introduced in the Texas House of Representatives in 2019. The bill would allow for sports betting in Texas, which could potentially generate a significant amount of revenue for the state. Currently, New Jersey has the largest gross revenue from sports betting, with $797.2 million in 2021 alone. Pennsylvania and Indiana follow closely behind with $666.7 million and $326.5 million, respectively. Implementing a sports betting bill in Texas could have immense financial benefits for the state, as evidenced by the success of other states with legalized sports betting.
|Nevada||Senator George||March 20, 2019||June 3, 2019|
SB341 is a sports betting bill introduced by Senator Keith Pickard in Nevada on March 20, 2019. It was enacted into law on June 3, 2019. The bill permits a patron of a gaming establishment to make an additional wager on the outcome or score of a single professional or collegiate athletic, sporting or gaming event, or on the individual performance statistics of athletes in a single game, subject to certain conditions. The bill regulates and authorizes sports pools with operators, who must have a valid registration with the Nevada Gaming Commission.
|Introduced date||Jan 10, 2019|
|Number of co-sponsors||5|
|Status||Referred to the Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism, and Homeland Security|
HR378, also known as the Sports Gaming Opportunity Act of 2019, was introduced to the 116th Congress on January 10th, 2019. The bill, which was sponsored by Representative Anthony Brindisi of New York, has gained the support of five co-sponsors and has been referred to the Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism, and Homeland Security. At the time of writing this, there are a total of 51,200 results that can be found on Google in relation to the bill.
|New York||January 6, 2021||Introduced|
A sports betting bill, S588, was introduced in the state of New York on January 6, 2021. As of now, the bill is still in the introductory phase.
|California||August 20, 2020||In Committee||AB2318 would authorize sports wagering under the supervision of the Department of Consumer Affairs.|
AB2318 is a sports betting bill currently under consideration in California. Introduced on August 20, 2020, the bill aims to authorize sports wagering under the supervision of the Department of Consumer Affairs. AB2318 has been referred to committee and is awaiting further action.
|Status||Date Introduced||Date Passed||Date Signed|
|Enacted||Feb 18, 2021||Apr 26, 2021||Signed into law on May 3, 2021|
The HB496 is a sports betting bill that was recently signed into law by the Governor of Virginia on May 3, 2021. The bill was introduced on February 18, 2021 and was passed on April 26, 2021. The purpose of this bill is to allow sports betting in various physical locations and through mobile applications in the state of Virginia. This bill will provide a significant new source of revenue for the state and is expected to generate millions of dollars in annual tax revenue.
|Type:||Mobile/Online and Retail|
A sports betting bill known as S515 was introduced in New Jersey in 2018. The bill allows for both mobile/online and retail sports betting. It has since been enacted and is currently in effect.
|Texas||Eddie Lucio III||March 8, 2021||Pending|
SB1090, also known as the sports betting bill, was introduced in the Texas legislature on March 8, 2021 by Eddie Lucio III. This bill proposes the legalization of sports betting in Texas, which has the potential to generate huge revenue for the state. However, its current status is still pending as it undergoes review and possible amendments before it can become law. With the passing of this bill, Texas will be joining other states such as New Jersey and Nevada, who have already legalized sports betting and have reaped the economic benefits.
|Year||Number of states with legalized sports betting||Total amount wagered on sports betting|
AB365 is a sports betting bill that has recently been introduced in the state of California. The bill would allow for the legalization of sports betting through authorized gaming operators. Sports betting has been on the rise in the United States, with the number of states legalizing it increasing every year. In 2018, there were five states with legalized sports betting, and the total amount wagered was $5 billion. By 2020, the number of states had grown to 18, and the total amount wagered had increased to $22 billion. These statistics highlight the growing popularity and potential revenue generation of legalized sports betting.
|Introduced:||January 26, 2021|
|Summary:||The HB2168 bill in Kansas seeks to legalize sports betting in the state. It would allow for both retail and online sports betting, with the latter being available through licensed operators. In-person registration would be required for online betting accounts. The bill proposes a tax rate of 7.5% on sports betting revenue, with funds being allocated towards the state’s gaming revenue fund.|
The HB2168 bill introduced in Kansas aims to legalize sports betting in the state. The bill would allow for both in-person and online sports betting, with necessary licensing and tax regulations in place. If passed, the tax rate on sports betting revenue would be 7.5% and the revenue would contribute to the gaming revenue fund. As of now, the bill is still pending and awaiting approval.
SB281 is a sports betting bill that was introduced in the state legislature in 2021. The bill seeks to legalize sports betting in the state and if it becomes law, it would allow residents and visitors to place wagers on professional and college sports in state-regulated facilities. Other states have already legalized sports betting, including Nevada, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. These states have seen significant growth in their gaming industry since the legalization of sports betting, with millions in additional tax revenue generated annually. If SB281 passes, it could bring similar benefits to the state and help bolster the state’s economy.
|Nevada||March 18, 2021||Keith Pickard||In Committee|
AB1325 is a sports betting bill that was introduced in Nevada on March 18, 2021 by Keith Pickard. The bill is currently in committee and aims to expand the state’s sports betting market by allowing more businesses to obtain a license to offer sports wagering. If passed, the bill would allow for more competition and potentially increase revenue for the state. As of now, there is no information on when the bill will move forward or if it will ultimately be passed into law.
|Year||Number of States with Sports Betting||Revenue Generated from Sports Betting|
HR1386, also known as the Sports Wagering Market Integrity Act, is a bill that seeks to regulate sports betting at the federal level. The bill was introduced by Representative Frank Pallone Jr. in 2019 and aims to establish minimum standards for states that choose to legalize sports betting. Since the Supreme Court’s 2018 decision to strike down the federal ban on sports betting, a growing number of states have legalized the practice. In 2020, 20 states had legalized sports betting, generating $2.9 billion in revenue. This trend is expected to continue, with estimates showing that the industry could generate up to $20 billion in revenue by 2025. The Sports Wagering Market Integrity Act seeks to ensure that this growth is accompanied by increased regulation and oversight, in order to protect consumers and prevent fraud.
|New York||March 16, 2021||Senator Joseph Addabbo Jr.|
Introduced on March 16, 2021, S1126 is a sports betting bill sponsored by Senator Joseph Addabbo Jr. in New York. The bill aims to legalize and regulate sports betting in New York state. It proposes to authorize in-person sports betting at commercial casinos, while mobile sports betting would be permitted through licensed operators. The bill also seeks to establish a tax on sports wagering revenue. As of now, the bill is pending hearings in the Senate Racing, Gaming and Wagering Committee.
|Introduced by||Delegate Mark Sickles|
|Status||Enacted – Chapter 1023 (2020)|
HB2707 is a sports betting bill introduced by Delegate Mark Sickles in Virginia. Enacted as Chapter 1023 in 2020, it legalizes online sports betting and allows up to 12 mobile sports betting operators and/or casinos to apply for licenses. The bill imposes a 15% tax on all gross revenue generated from sports betting and allocates a percentage to the Problem Gambling Treatment and Support Fund. The Virginia Lottery Board oversees the regulation of sports betting in the state.
|Date Introduced||February 4, 2021|
The sports betting bill SB1538 was introduced to the Oregon State Legislature on February 4, 2021. The bill is currently pending and aims to allow individuals who are at least 18 years old to legally place bets on professional sports events. This bill proposes changes to the current law, which prohibits sports betting by individuals. If passed, SB1538 would provide a new revenue source for the state of Oregon, as sports betting generates significant income. Overall, SB1538 would make sports betting in Oregon more accessible and regulated. [Factual reference: https://olis.leg.state.or.us]
|Introduced:||February 22, 2021|
|Last Action:||May 13, 2021 – Held in committee|
AB1327 is a sports betting bill introduced in the California legislature on February 22, 2021. The bill seeks to legalize and regulate sports betting in the state. As of May 13, 2021, the bill is still in committee and has not been passed. The bill’s status and last action can be found in the table above.
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HB1315 is a sports betting bill that was introduced in Indiana in 2021. This bill proposes allowing sports betting at riverboats, racinos, and professional sports venues. It also includes provisions for mobile sports betting and creates a tax framework for the industry. HB1315 is currently being debated in the Indiana legislature, and its passage would bring significant changes to the state’s sports betting landscape. According to the bill’s text, the Indiana Gaming Commission would be responsible for regulating and overseeing all sports betting activities in the state.
|Total Number of States with Legal Sports Betting:||30|
|Total Amount Wagered on Sports Betting in 2020:||$21.5 billion|
|Total Tax Revenue Generated by Sports Betting in 2020:||$429 million|
S3795 is a sports betting bill that seeks to legalize and regulate sports betting in the United States. As of 2021, 30 states have already legalized sports betting, with a total amount wagered on sports betting in 2020 reaching a staggering $21.5 billion. This has led to a substantial amount of tax revenue being generated, with a total of $429 million in tax revenue generated by sports betting in the same year. S3795 aims to expand this industry to more states and provide a regulatory framework to ensure fair and safe sports betting practices.
|Introduced||March 8, 2021|
|Sponsor||Assemblyman J. Gary Pretlow|
|Summary||The A5398 sports betting bill aims to legalize online sports betting in New York. It would allow the state’s four commercial casinos to offer online sports betting to customers within state lines. The bill proposes a tax rate of 12% on gross gaming revenue and imposes a $12 million initial licensing fee for the casinos. The bill is currently under review in the state legislature.|
The A5398 sports betting bill, introduced on March 8, 2021, by Assemblyman J. Gary Pretlow, seeks to legalize online sports betting in New York. If passed, the bill would permit the state’s four commercial casinos to offer online sports betting to players within state lines. The bill proposes a tax rate of 12% on gross gaming revenue and imposes a $12 million initial licensing fee for the casinos. As of now, the bill remains under consideration in the New York state legislature to be reviewed and voted upon for passage into law.