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Sports betting in the United States has just been given the go-ahead by the U.S. Supreme Court, and states are now free to enter what has become a lucrative industry.
Experts predict that most bets will be placed online in the near future. That’s partly because doing business online or via apps ramps up the profit potential. And also, since many states will need to sort out legal issues before they can enter the marketplace, a significant opportunity exists for those who can offer betting services across state lines.
Additionally, states are expected to encourage mobile and online betting options, to divert gamers from making transactions with illegal bookmakers. The underground sports betting economy in the United States is now estimated to be worth at least $150 billion a year – much of it illegal. Legal sports betting in Nevada totaled nearly $5 billion last year.

On Monday, May 14, the U.S. Supreme Court, in a 6-3 ruling, struck down a federal law that banned states from regulating (and taxing) sports betting. The “Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act” (PASPA) didn’t ban sports betting – it just didn’t let states do anything about controlling the practice. States that already had sports wagering processes in place (Nevada, Oregon, Delaware and Montana) were grandfathered in under PASPA.
New Jersey challenged PASPA, and won. From the SCOTUS OPINION:
“The legalization of sports gambling requires an important policy choice, but the choice is not ours to make. Congress can regulate sports gambling directly, but if it elects not to do so, each State is free to act on its own. Our job is to interpret the law Congress has enacted and decide whether it is consistent with the Constitution. PASPA is not. PASPA “regulate[s] state governments’ regulation” of their citizens. …. The Constitution gives Congress no such power. The judgment of the Third Circuit is reversed.”
It is now up to each individual state to regulate sports gambling as it sees fit, or for Congress to step in and standardize sports wagers across the country. It seems likely that states will rush to take the lead. It won’t happen overnight though; many states will need to update their constitutions before their law makers can legalize sports betting.
The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement has said they can have their new regulations in place within 90 days, and will be able to offer sports betting at its racetracks and casinos – and almost certainly online- before the end of 2018. New Jersey’s Monmouth Park track says they can be ready to go within a few weeks. Other states that are likely to move forward very quickly include Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, Mississippi, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and West Virginia.

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