- Since a Supreme Court ruling in 2018, 30 states and DC now offer some form of sports gambling.
- Three other states have legalized sports betting but haven’t launched it yet, and Florida’s status is in limbo.
- That leaves 16 states without any form of sports gambling.
Since the Supreme Court struck down the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (PASPA), the federal law banning sports betting, in 2018, 30 states and Washington DC now offer some form of sports betting. Of these, 21 states and DC offer both in-person (retail) and online gambling; two states only offer online betting; and in eight states bets can only be placed in person, usually at a casino or racetrack.
Additionally, three other states have legalized sports betting but have yet to launch in-person or online platforms.
A 34th state, Florida, briefly allowed sports betting, but that was discontinued and is now in limbo.
See all states where sports betting is legal:
You can click on any of the states below to get more information. The details for each state come from the states, with lots of help from Action Network and Legal Sports Report.