Indiana

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Sports teams/franchises

NFL:

Indiana Colts

317-262-4000

 

NBA:

Indiana Pacers

317-917-2500

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State population

6.7 million

 

Revenue

 

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Total number of betting premises

The state is home to 13 licensed river boat casinos and race tracks

 

Stake tax take

30% on gaming revenues of land-based video gaming machines

What type of licenses are available?

Just DFS currently

 

How many skins are permitted per license?

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How do you apply for a license?

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What are the integrity fees?

Integrity fees remain a hot topic in the sports betting debate. One of the proposed bills sets aside 1% for the leagues in integrity fees

 

What is the current tax rate?

$50,000 for a DFS license and then usual corporate business rates on revenues

 

Is there a self-exclusion register in the state?

Yes, details here: https://www.in.gov/igc/2331.htm

Is sports betting regulated or unregulated? 

Unregulated

Indiana has introduced bills on both the house and senate side in 2018, although they have not progressed yet. More movement is expected in 2019.

 

Regulator details

Indiana Gaming Commission

East Tower, Suite 1600

101 W. Washington Street

Indianapolis, IN 46204

317-233-0046

https://www.in.gov/igc/

 

Executive director: Sara Gonso Tait

 

Is sports betting permitted online?

Sports betting is not currently permitted, but there is political will to change this. Indiana continues to study various outcomes and looks said to push legislation forward in 2019.

 

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?

Sports betting bills remain active but will not progress until next year.