WICHITA, Kan. — With less than a week until Kansans can legally wager on sports, the Kansas Lottery has announced which sports betting platforms will be available to the public on launch day.

Sports betting in Kansas will begin with a soft launch at noon Sept. 1, followed by a full opening on Sept. 8.

As written in Senate Bill 84, each state-operated casino in Kansas can offer in-person sportsbooks and mobile sports betting on up to three platforms or applications, KSNW reports.

The partnerships are as follows:

  • Boot Hill Casino and Resort in Dodge City will offer mobile sports betting through DraftKings, with an in-person sports wagering date to be announced soon. In the interim, players are still welcome to visit Boot Hill Casino and Resort and place wagers via a mobile application.
  • Kansas Crossing Casino in Pittsburg will offer mobile sports betting through BetMGMCaesars, and PointsBet, with an in-person sports wagering date to be announced shortly. In the interim, players are still welcome to visit Kansas Crossing Casino and place wagers via a mobile application.

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