Your neighborhood Arizona sportsbook is open for business

By Jeremy Duda | AXIOS

The Arizona Department of Gaming (ADOG) granted 10 licenses for businesses that don’t qualify for full sports wagering to run brick-and-mortar sportsbooks.

  • They were awarded to horse racing tracks Turf Paradise in north Phoenix and Arizona Downs in Prescott Valley, seven bars in metro Phoenix and one in Tucson.

Details: Under the 2021 law that legalized sports betting in Arizona, only professional sports teams and franchises and Native American tribes qualify for licenses that allow both in-person and mobile betting.

  • However, the law included 10 limited-event wagering operator (LEWO) licenses for racetracks and other businesses that offer off-track betting.

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