Indiana Online Gaming
In March 2016, Pence signed a bill that regulated online daily fantasy sports (DFS). The law requires operators wishing to offer contests in the state to pay a $50,000 licensing fee with a $5,000 renewal, which could be increased to as much as $75,000 annually. Oversight of the games will be handled by the state gaming commission, and fantasy sports are designated as a game of skill under the law.
In October 2018, a legislative study committee unanimously recommended that the 2019 General Assembly consider legalized and regulated sports betting in the state. The majority of the General Assembly's Interim Study Committee on Public Policy appeared to favor allowing sports bets to be placed using a secure mobile phone application.
In 2020, Sen. Jon Ford developed a bill for online casino and online poker in Indiana that would allow Indiana’s 14 casinos and racinos to offer internet casino games and online poker. The planned Rocksino in Terre Haute would also be allowed to offer online gaming, but in November 2021, Churchill Downs Inc. announced that it would alter plans for the casino after applying to rezone the property.
Online Gaming Properties Operating in Indiana
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