Despite trying to approve a simplified sports betting customer registration process before the World Cup, the bill won’t make it in time.
The state has spent US$8.6 million on legal bills in its attempts to legalise sports betting in the US.
The state is set to bid for a company to run sports betting at Twin River’s casinos if the Supreme Court lifts the federal ban.
The Cave State is now part of a list of territories in the United States that are discussing a sports betting legalisation.
A Connecticut committee is expected to vote on the approval and taxation of sports betting should PASPA gets revoked.
Lawmakers in the Prairie State gathered yesterday to discuss whether Illinois should allow sports betting if the national ban gets lifted.
The company is looking for a casino partner to develop sports betting in New Jersey if the US Supreme Court rules in favor of lifting the national ban.