South Dakota has a wide selection of state-sanctioned casinos and nearly all of them are located in the small town of Deadwood (if you are a fan of westerns it may be a familiar name from the wildly popular HBO show). There are also several casinos that operate on tribal grounds. These locations in South Dakota are permitted to have slot machines, video poker, table games and poker. Currently, none are permitted to run a sportsbook and there are now no plans in place to expand on the betting options available following a referendum that was held in 2019 which narrowly rejected legalizing sports betting.
With no legal sports betting available, the only alternative for fans of ball games is to look into the playing of Daily Fantasy Leagues which can be played online
The region has no fixed locations available for horse or greyhound racing following the closure of several tracks towards the end of the last century, but residents can still consider placing horse racing bets online.
There is a state lottery that has been active in South Dakota since 1987, but tickets are only allowed to be purchased from licensed vendors and there is no option to purchase online.
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state to be as of March 27th 2023