Kansas Sports Betting

Is sports betting legal in Kansas?

Sports betting is officially live in Kansas as of September 1, 2022. In 2022, Kansas became the third state to legalize sports betting behind both Maine and Massachusetts.

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Can you bet on sports online in Kansas?

When Kansas finally legalized sports betting in September of 2022, you could bet both online and in sportsbooks across the state. In total, four state-owned casinos gave citizens of the state the option to come into their sportsbooks and place sports bets.

What Kansas casinos can you bet in person?

As of September 2022, the four casinos that house a sportsbook include:

  • Boot Hill Casino and Resort
  • Hollywood Casino at Kansas Speedway
  • Kansas Star Casino
  • Kansas Crossing Casino

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Kansas Sports Betting FAQs

Do you have to live in Kansas to sports bet in Kansas?

No, you do not have to be a resident of Kansas to bet in Kansas. For instance, Missouri residents are able to travel to Kansas to place their bets if they’d like. For Missouri residents and fans of a team such as the NFL’s Kansas City Chiefs, you’ll need to travel to either one of the state’s current sportsbooks or deposit money online while in Kansas.

Can you bet on college sports in Kansas?

Yes, you can bet on not only college sports such as Kansas Jayhawks basketball but also any professional sports such as the NBA, MLB, and NHL, in addition to NASCAR and golf.

How old do you need to be to place a sports bet in Kansas?

You must be 21 years old to bet in Kansas.