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Online/offline revenue split
Total number of betting premises
The state is home to 13 licensed river boat casinos and race tracks.
What type of licenses are available?
Just DFS currently.
How many skins are permitted per license?
How do you apply for a license?
What are the current tax rates and license fees?
Sports betting bill includes a tax rate of 9.5% of adjusted gross revenue, a portion of which will be allocated to problem gambling, while there will also be an initial $100,000 vendor license fee and annual renewal payments $50,000.
Is there a self-exclusion register in the state?
Yes, details here: https://www.in.gov/igc/2331.htm
Is sports betting legal?
Indiana became the second state to legalize sports betting in 2019 after Governor Eric Holcomb signed bill H 1015 into law in May, including statewide mobile wagering.
Indiana Gaming Commission
East Tower, Suite 1600
101 W. Washington Street
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Executive director: Sara Gonso Tait
Is sports betting permitted online?
Yes, statewide mobile wagering was included in bill H 1015.
Is there any specific legislation for daily fantasy sports?
Yes. Indiana was the second state to regulate DFS back in 2016. Licenses cost $50,000 upfront and the same to renew.
What legislation, if any, is currently pending?