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Lottery Sports Gaming set for January launch and phased roll-out

CLEVELAND, OH – Lottery sports gaming will launch on January 1, 2023, with more proprietors planning for phased launches early in 2023.
Sports gaming proprietors BetIGG and UBet Ohio will launch with sports gaming kiosks at over 50 locations.
Intralot’s sportsbook,  Sports Bet Ohio™, is expected to be available at clerk-operated terminals at the counter at approximately 700 locations. To place a bet, players will need to download the Sportsbet Ohio companion app which will allow them to build their bets and provide a code to be scanned at the counter to place the bet.
Intralot has informed the Lottery that its sports gaming program on Ohio Lottery kiosks is not ready to launch and should be ready by mid-January.
Additional proprietors will begin to launch in January. BetSkybox will begin a phased launch mid-January, followed by Gold Rush Sports Betting in February and Elys Game Technology and Wright Bet Venture later in 2023. To find contact information for each proprietor and to learn more about Lottery Sports Gaming, click here.
Lottery sports gaming is limited to spread wagers, over-under wagers, moneyline wagers, and parlay wagers with no more than four components.
Once lottery sports gaming launches, players looking for locations can visit Retail Locations :: The Ohio Lottery
The General Assembly passed House Bill 29 on December 8, 2021, legalizing and regulating sports gaming in Ohio. The bill allows sports gaming through licensed operators of online sportsbooks and brick-and-mortar establishments and through terminals at certain lottery retail locations.  Each proprietor and Type C host location was licensed by the Ohio Casino Control Commission.
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