- New Hampshire achieves seven-month high sports betting handle in October
- New Hampshire sports betting handle sees second straight monthly decline
- New Hampshire Senate to vote on amended online casino bill
- IGT launches DOJ Wire Act opinion legal challenge
- Key questions from New Hampshire Lottery’s case against the DOJ’s Wire Act Opinion
- Time to play: will states turn to online lotteries to plug financial black holes?
- Kambi revenues climb 21% in 2019 on the back of US growth
- New Hampshire goes live with DraftKings betting app
- DraftKings on winning the NH betting tender and operating exclusively in the state
- DraftKings given greenlight for New Hampshire betting contract
- DraftKings wins RFP to run betting in New Hampshire
- New Hampshire governor passes betting bill into law
- New Hampshire greenlights amended betting bill
- Stakeholders wary of DOJ appeal against Wire Act ruling
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Is sports betting legal?
Sports betting went live in New Mexico in October 2018 but is only limited to tribal casinos via a pre-existing gaming compact with the state, which covers “any or all forms of Class III Gaming”. There is currently no option for customers to place sports bets online.
New Mexico Gaming Control Board
4900 Alameda Blvd NE
Albuquerque NM 87113
Chair: Jeffrey S. Landers
Is sports betting permitted online?
No, with little prospect of that changing any time soon.
Is there any specific legislation for daily fantasy sports?
Yes, and nearly every major DFS operator is live in the state.
What legislation, if any, is currently pending?