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Is sports betting legal?
House Bill 6451, an agreement between the state and gaming tribes including the Mohegan and Mashantucket Pequot tribes, passed in May 2021, with online sports betting going live in the state in October.
Connecticut State Department of Consumer Protection – Gaming Division
450 Columbus Boulevard, Suite 901
Hartford, Connecticut 06103-1840
Director: Peter Hsieh
Is sports betting permitted online?
Yes. However, sports betting is currently limited to the state’s Indian tribes and the Connecticut Lottery Corporation.
Is there any specific legislation for daily fantasy sports?
Yes. DFS was regulated in 2017. Operators must pay 10.5% tax on revenue.
What type of licenses are available?
Just DFS currently. All available sports betting licenses are currently taken up the Mohegan tribe, the Mashantucket Pequot Tribe and the Connecticut Lottery Corporation. No other licenses are available.
How do you apply for a license?
Licensing information available here: https://portal.ct.gov/DCP/Agency-Administration/Division-Home-Pages/Licenses
What is the current tax rate?
10.5% for DFS.
13.75% on sports betting revenue.
Is there a self-exclusion register in the state?