North Carolina State Lottery Commission

Sports and Pari-Mutuel Wagering

The North Carolina State Lottery Commission and its staff have the responsibility to license and regulate sports betting and wagers on horse racing, under the Sports Wagering and Pari-Mutuel Wagering law.

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calendar_today 5/17/2024

Second monthly report on sports wagering activity posted

The North Carolina State Lottery Commission on Friday released its second monthly sports wagering activity report. The report compiles the sports wagering activity in April as submitted by the eight licensed interactive sports wagering operators. Between April 1 and April 30, account holders in North Carolina wagered $648,934,226 on sports events, including paid wagering revenue and promo wagering revenue. From those wagers, they won $538,401,972. Click here to see the April activity report. Reports will be posted monthly on the About section of the Commission’s website.

calendar_today 4/16/2024

First monthly report on sports wagering activity posted

The North Carolina State Lottery Commission on Tuesday released its first monthly sports wagering activity report. The report compiles the sports wagering activity in March as submitted by the eight licensed interactive sports wagering operators. Between the start of sports wagering in North Carolina at noon on March 11 through March 31, North Carolinians wagered $659,308,541 on sports events, including paid wagering revenue and promo wagering revenue. From those wagers, North Carolinians won $590,750,303. Click here to see the March activity report. Reports will be posted monthly on the About section of the Commission’s website.

calendar_today 4/12/2024

Deadline approaches for public comments on proposed sports wagering rules

During a public meeting on March 20, 2024, the Sports Betting Committee of the North Carolina State Lottery Commission approved commencing a rulemaking process and issued a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking. The Commission will accept public comments regarding these rules through 11:59 p.m. ET, April 19. To submit comments, utilize the Commission public comment webform located at this link. The webform offers a place to easily comment on a specific rule and provide any suggested changes. If you prefer to submit comments in another format, please email comments to PublicComment@ncgaming.gov, along with your name and contact information, business or organization (if applicable), and the rule numbers to which your comments relate.

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Committee Meeting

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Commission Meeting

A meeting of the North Carolina State Lottery Commission is scheduled.