Vermont Online Sportsbooks To Launch January 11; $500 In Bonus Bets Available Now

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Written By Giovanni Shorter | Last Updated
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Vermont Gov. Phil Scott announced the launch date for online sportsbooks in Vermont. Locals can expect to see the market go live beginning Jan. 11, 2024. Confirmed operators are DraftKings Sportsbook, FanDuel, and Fanatics Sportsbook. Operators have already begun accepting pre-registration and hosting pre-launch promos in anticipation of the launch of Vermont sports betting.

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Vermont Sportsbooks Incoming

Vermont will become the final New England state to launch sports betting once operators go live. Being surrounded by sports betting markets in New York, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire was one of the major factors that finally got the market off the ground. When speaking with during the regulatory process, bill sponsor Matt Birong stated this was the best chance for sports betting.

“It’s a conversation that has been floating around our State House for probably about four years … The Senate put a provision in an economic development bill to do a legislative study off session,” said Birong. “In the House, I am the legislator who primarily deals with liquor and lottery. And so our speaker’s office tasked me with being a member of the study committee.”

Birong was indeed correct, as the measure H. 127 went on to pass in both legislative chambers and gain Gov. Scott’s signature. Scott signed the measure into law in May 2023. The market will go live eight months later. Vermont sports betting is projected to rake in between $2 million and $10 million in annual tax revenue.

What The Vermont Betting Market Will Look Like

There will only be mobile sports betting apps in Vermont. No brick-and-mortar location will go live, making Vermont an online-only market. This follows the likes of Tennessee and Wyoming, which have similar regulations.

Sportsbooks will be available statewide within the Vermont borders. Locals will have access to some of the best sports betting sites, which host promos and bonus codes throughout the year. Each operator will be a full-scale Las Vegas-style sportsbook with odds on all major sporting events.

Vermont bettors are just weeks away from accessing the full market.