• SmartWater

    Marketing and Social Media Manager

    Eilers & Krejcik Gaming is conducting its second major survey of U.S. sports bettors. This survey will be the largest to date following the Supreme Court’s decision to allow states outside of Nevada to offer full regulated sports betting.


    Why take the survey? Lawmakers and other stakeholders have a number of misconceptions about sports betting, including how strong the illegal market is, the relative importance of allowing online sports betting, and the importance of allowing bets on all major sports.

    Credible survey data is a great way for sports bettors to communicate to lawmakers what’s important to bettors in a regulated sports betting market.

    The survey takes about 6 minutes on average to complete. You are not required to provide your name, email, or any other potentially identifying information.

    Please complete the survey here and then share it with two or three people that you know.

  • sharksfansd

    Thank you for posting the link for the survey.

    Will Washington D.C. be added soon to the Sports Betting section above? I believe they are shooting to be ready to go in less than six months or so (by week 1 of NFL).

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