A bill has been introduced to allow the Kansas Lottery to license retail and online sports betting through the four state-owned casinos and through racetracks and online-only at sports facilities.
The bill proposes that online revenues would be taxed 20 per cent and retail at 14 per cent. The lottery would license one online operator to provide a platform, but casinos and racetracks could apply to have one additional online brand each.
Professional sports teams could partner with the lottery, casinos or racetracks and could have kiosks at their sports facilities. Retail sports betting could be offered at the lottery’s 1,200 retail locations, with the exception of in-game betting and prop bets. Tribes could renegotiate their gaming compacts to include sports betting.
Source: Fantini’s Gaming Report