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When was sports betting regulated?
Governor Laura Kelly signed Senate Bill 84 into law on May 12, 2022, permitting both retail and
online sports betting.
Regulatory oversight is split between the Kansas Racing and Gaming Commission and the Kansas Lottery.
Kansas Lottery Commission
128 N Kansas Avenue,
Kansas Racing and Gaming Commission
700 SW Harrison, Suite 500
Topeka, KS 66603-3754
Office: (785) 296-5800
Chair: Brandon L. Jones
Is sports betting permitted online?
Yes, both retail and online sports betting are permitted in Kansas, with both launching on September 1, 2022.
Is there any specific legislation for DFS?
Yes, House Bill 2155 was signed into law in 2015 by then Kansas Governor Sam Brownback following passage through the state’s legislature.
What is the tax rate?
Operators are taxed at a rate of 10% of their gross gambling revenue.