Sports Wagering Applicable Law And Standards

Sports Wagering Act

The Sports Wagering Act was signed into law on June 28, 2019 as Article 25 of Public Act 101-0031 which is available on the Illinois General Assembly website.
The new sports wagering bill has not yet been incorporated into the Illinois Compiled Statute.


Adopted Rules

Information regarding Adopted Rules will be posted when available.

Emergency Rules

An emergency rule is an adopted rule which becomes immediately effective upon first filing with the Secretary of State and automatically expires after 150 days.
No emergency rules at this time

Proposed Rules

Proposed Rules are rules that are authorized and submitted to Secretary of State and Joint Committee on Administrative Rules (JCAR). Each of these rulemakings has been filed with the Secretary of State on First Notice but has not yet been finally adopted. For each rulemaking, there is a link to the edition of the Illinois Register where the rulemaking appears and a specific page citation within that edition. Under the Illinois Administrative Code, there is a maximum of one year between the date a proposed permanent rule is filed in the Illinois Register and the date it is adopted.
No proposed rules at this time

Public Commentary

The Illinois Gaming Board (IGB) is seeking input from the public, the sports wagering industry, and other stakeholders regarding proposed rules and any other comments relevant to the Illinois Sports Wagering Act contained in P.A 101-0031. Once the comment period has closed and the submissions have been reviewed, IGB will compile the responses and post them as a Sports Wagering FAQ.
Between August 27, 2019 and September 27, 2019, you may submit comments to