There are currently just two land-based casinos that operate within of Connecticut, both of these are on Native American land and run by and by the Mashantucket Pequot Tribe and the Mohegan Tribe; a third casino is in the planning stage and is due to be operated by both tribes.
The names of the active casinos should be familiar to many as they are two of the largest casinos in the country, namely Foxwoods Resort Casino and the Mohegan Sun. The latter may be known to more as it has an interest in the Resorts Casino in Atlantic City, which has enabled the Mohegan Sun to have an online gaming presence in New Jersey. At these casinos, you will be able to play on traditional table games, slots and of course a multitude of variations of poker.
The two tribes may soon be welcoming another well-known brand to the Constitution State as MGM is in talks to build a $500 million property in Bridgeport, pending approval by the state legislature. None of the casinos offer a sportsbook, but betting on horse races is permitted at these locations and 16 off-track betting locations throughout the state. No sportsbook means no NFL betting, but you are able to make use of DFS operators in the state.
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this map, state law can often change and this map is how we at GamingUSA understand the gambling law in each
state to be as of March 27th 2023