Indiana Gaming Commission Releases List Of Approved Events For Sports Betting

Thursday, July 25th, 2019 11:17am

By  Indiana Gaming Commission, news release

Could start as soon as September 1st

(Indianapolis, Ind.) - Betters in Indiana could soon be able to lay some money down on the Colts, college football, the Indy 500, and a whole lot more. 

The state of Indiana yesterday released the list of sports that will be included in the new sports betting law. Sports gambling in Indiana could start as soon as September 1st. 

Indiana Gaming Commission list of approved events for sports wagering:

  1. Auto Racing
    a. NASCAR (including Monster Energy Series, Xfinity Series Truck Series)
    b. Formula One
    c. IndyCar
  2. Baseball
    a. MLB and MLB Draft
    b. NCAA – Division 1
    c. Minor League Baseball – Triple A
  3. Basketball
    a. NBA and NBA Draft
    b. WNBA and WNBA Draft
    c. NCAA – Division 1
    d. Euro League and Euro Cup
    e. International Basketball Federation (country v. country
    qualifiers/games/tournaments)
  4. Bowling
    a. Pro Bowling Tour
  5. Boxing
    a. International Boxing Federation
    b. World Boxing Association
    c. World Boxing Council
    d. World Boxing Organization
    e. Association of Boxing Commissions and Combative Sports
  6. Cricket
    a. Men’s and Women’s World Cup
    b. International Cricket Council
  7. Darts
    a. PDC Championship
  8. Football
    a. NFL and NFL Draft
    b. NCAA – Division I
    c. Canadian Football League
    d. Arena Football League
  9. Golf
    a. PGA
    b. PGA Tour Champions
    c. LPGA
    d. Champion’s Tour
    e. European Tour
    f. International Events (i.e. Ryders Cup, Presidents Cup)
    g. World Golf Championships
    h. Web.com
  10. Hockey
    a. National Hockey League and National Hockey League Draft
    b. NCAA – Division 1
    c. International Ice Hockey Federation
    d. World Championships
  11. Lacrosse
    a. NCAA – Division 1
  12. Mixed Martial Arts
    a. Ultimate Fighting Championship
    b. Bellator MMA
    c. One Championship
    d. Professional Fighters League
    e. Association of Boxing Commissions and Combative Sports
  13. Olympics
    a. Summer and Winter (including trials)
  14. Rugby
    a. Six Nations
    b. World Cup
    c. World Rugby (International country v. country qualifiers/games/tournaments)
    d. Four Nations
  15. Sailing
    a. Americas Cup
    b. International Sailing Federation
  16. Soccer
    a. FIFA Sanctioned Events
    b. Major League Soccer
    c. UEFA Champions League
    d. English Premier League
    e. Spanish La Liga
    f. German Bundesliga
    g. Italian Serie A
    h. French Ligue 1
    i. Mexican Liga Bancomer
    j. Spanish La Liga
    k. NCAA – Division 1
  17. Softball
    a. NCAA – Division 1
  18. Tennis
    a. United States Tennis Association
    b. Association of Tennis Professionals
    c. Women’s Tennis Association
    d. International Tennis Federation Grand Slams/Majors
    e. NCAA – Division 1
  19. Track and Field
    a. International Association of Athletics Federations
    b. NCAA – Division 1

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