NY Gaming Panel OKs Regs For Sports Betting At Casinos

Law360 (June 10, 2019, 5:21 PM EDT) -- The New York State Gaming Commission on Monday approved new regulations to allow in-person sports betting at the state's four licensed commercial casinos, making New York the 14th state to do so as state lawmakers mull bills to expand it further.

The gaming commission voted unanimously to approve the regulations that were published earlier this year for public comment. The regulations allow sports wagers to be placed in-person at a betting counter or at an automated betting machine in a sports betting "lounge" at an authorized casino.

The regulations follow up a 2013 law that allowed commercial, non-tribal casinos in the...

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