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New York

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Gambling in New York

Native American casinos thrive across New York along with commercial ventures and racinos. Gamblers are free to play table games and slots in person, but playing online is still strictly prohibited.

Like many other states, New York is in the middle of legal turmoil as to what to do regarding sports betting. The 2018 Supreme Court decision that opened up the potential across the country to bring sports gambling in from the murky shadows has not been as seamless as many in the industry had hoped.

The likelihood of it being legalized is high but only at four locations and in person. All of these places will be in upstate New York, meaning for many it’ll be easier to drive across the border to New Jersey to gamble, where it is legal to do so not only in person at a sportsbook but also via mobile devices. With Gov. Andrew Cuomo against mobile betting, it is highly unlikely that this will change at any point soon.

Most gambling avenues are currently available within the state, as there are several horse racing tracks that all accept wagers and daily fantasy sports is also legal.  A state lottery is also in operation that can also be played online, providing, of course, you are of age and a resident of the state.

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