Vermont Publishes Sports Betting Catalog Ahead of Jan. 11 Launch

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Vermont, the latest New England state to legalize sports betting, rolled out its catalog for what bettors will be able to wager on as it approaches its Jan. 11, 2024, sports betting launch date.

The catalog, published by the state’s Board of Liquor and Lottery, shows Vermont bettors will have a sizable amount of options — from the obscure like windsurfing, cornhole, and drone racing to industry standards like NBA, NFL, and MLB.

Vermont will also become one of the 24 states in the country to approve wagering on esports like Call of Duty, NBA 2K, Rocket League, and Madden.

The most notable restriction is that bettors must avoid wagering on Vermont-based college schools. However, betting on those schools will be allowed during post-season tournaments like March Madness.

The complete catalog includes approved wagers for more than 70 sports across nearly 400 leagues in more than 100 countries. Types of bets approved by the board include, but are not limited to, single-game bets, teaser bets, parlays, totals (Over/Under), moneyline, and live bets.

Vermont sports betting will be limited to only online betting and is regulated by the state’s Department of Liquor and Lottery, which has already approved contracts with industry giants FanDuel, DraftKings, and Fanatics Sportsbook Vermont.

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