Delaware Sports Betting
Delaware was able to pass sportsbook legislation because the state was exempt from the 1992 federal ban, the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (PASPA), since it had sports betting laws before the ban took effect. Until the Supreme Court ruling that struck down PASPA in May 2018, Delaware was one of only four states, along with Nevada, Oregon and Montana, grandfathered in.
On 5 June 2018, Delaware became the first U.S. state other than Nevada to offer single-game sports betting when the state's three casinos officially opened sportsbooks.
Mobile sports betting is legal as Delaware allows online gambling, such as poker, but it is not currently offered.
In June 2019, Gov. John Carney signed a bill to permanently authorize fantasy sports contests in Delaware. The legislation authorized the issuance of temporary registrations for fantasy sports operators, and codified the tax rate applied to fantasy contest revenue at 15.5 percent.
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