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Gambling in New Hampshire

Presently there are no large commercial casinos in New Hampshire, but what you will find are small locations that offer some slot and table games as long as they donate a large percentage of any of their income to charity. However this is set to change due to a recent ballot of residents that will allow the construction of up to 10 locations across the state in cities that have agreed to have sports betting legalized (currently Manchester, Berlin, Claremont, Laconia and Somersworth).

With the Supreme Court’s ruling regarding online gambling, the state is once more looking closely at what to do with respect to sports betting. In March 2019, the state House of Representatives passed HB480, which would authorize full-scale sports betting not only in person but also via one or more mobile and online platforms.

This bill will now move to the State Senate, where it is hoped it would pass by July 1, allowing six months for proposals from sports betting agents to set up the process and the first legal sports bet in the Granite State on or around July 1, 2020.

In the meantime, residents will have to be content with placing parimutuel bets on horses and can also take part in Daily Fantasy Sports (DFS) leagues.

The state operates a lottery, and from mid-2017 tickets were allowed to be purchased online, as long as you are over 18 years of age and a resident in New Hampshire.

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