West Virginia Lottery Approves Sports Betting Regulations, Could Go Live By September 1st

Sports betting became law in West Virginia this past March. Yesterday, the West Virginia lottery approved regulations that will likely allow sports betting to begin this year in the state’s five casinos.

Hollywood Casino At Charles Town Races is less than an hour away from about half of MoCo (approximately 40 miles and 45 minutes away from Clarksburg).

According to the West Virginia Lottery Managing Counsel, Danielle Boyd, the sportsbooks will be ready for both the NFL and NCAA football seasons. Boyd expects sports betting to be in place by September 1st.

According to the Charleston Gazette-Mail, off-site wagers will be allowed, but casinos have to make sure the wagers come from people that are present in West Virginia at the time of the wager.

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