As well as having five casinos on Native American land, the Sunflower State chose to grow its offerings by granting the building of four land-based casinos in 2007 that are were built under contract from the Kansas state lottery. The newest of these was the Kansas Crossing Casino and Hotel opening in 2017.
At all of these locations you can partake in classic table games you would expect to find at most casinos such as blackjack, three-card poker and roulette, and as always you will find a vast selection of video slot machines to try.
At present none of the casinos are able to offer a sportsbook, but the likelihood of this happening is getting closer with lawmakers. As recently 2018, they almost agreed with operators to have this authorized, but both sides were unable to come to an agreement, mainly due to costs that the casinos would have to bear. This was a“1% integrity fee” on transactions that would have been paid to the professional leagues such as the NFL, NBA, MLB, etc. Once the actual access fees have been ironed out by all parties involved, we could soon see some progress.
The state was previously able to boast to having several horse racing race tracks, but due to a decline in visitors the last of these closed in 2008.
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state to be as of June 2nd 2023