Compulsive gamblers in the Sunflower State can soon squander away their future at a bevy of convenient low-rent locations wherein good times can be had under a cloud of cigarette smoke in close proximity to the unvaxxed.
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"The new legal gambling starts Sept. 1 through casinos and online apps . . . The start date comes months after a new law went into effect July 1 allowing people over the age of 21 to bet on sports. Kelly signed the bill into law in May. Kansas lawmakers narrowly approved the bill this year after close, late-night votes in both the House and Senate in April.
The start of betting was delayed because the Kansas Lottery needed to finalize regulations, including creating a specific process for casinos to apply to offer sports gambling in certain ways, such as through a smartphone app.
The four casinos are Boot Hill Casino and Resort near Dodge City, Kansas Star Casino in Mulvane, Kansas Crossing Casino and Hotel in Pittsburg and Hollywood Casino at Kansas Speedway in Kansas City, Kansas. Boot Hill Casino previously announced it has partnered with national gambling apps DraftKings and Bally’s Corporation to provide online sports betting in Kansas."
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People in Kansas can start legally betting on sports Sept. 1, with gambling beginning in time for the start of football season. Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly on Thursday announced the state's four state-owned casinos can begin accepting wagers on Sept. 1 as part of a soft launch of the new gambling method.
We now know exactly when sports betting can start in Kansas, and it's coming just in time for football season
Start your engines, wave that flag, blow the whistle - legalized sports betting is about to start in the state of Kansas, and we now know exactly when. Because of a new law, signed by Gov. Laura Kelly in May, people in Kansas will soon be able to use a cell phone or computer app to place wagers legally at designated locations in Kansas.Gov.
WICHITA, Kan. - Kansas gaming officials have officially announced a start date for sports betting in the state, and some mobile betting websites are giving Kansans free bonuses to place bets on their favorite teams. Right now, there are five online platforms that are prepping for launch on Sept.
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