Kansas is known as the Sunflower State, is home to close to three million residents and is ranked 34th in terms of population. The state was admitted to the union in January 29th 1861, making it the 34th state to join. Kansas is ranked 15th in terms of area with over 85,000 miles of land. Gaming in the state is relatively new with just under 30 years of experience under their belts. Charitable bingo tournaments were the first types of games played in 1974 when they were legalized. The full legalization of gambling was in 1986, with greyhound and horse racing tracks which accepted bets for players who are 21 or over. Native American casinos then started popping up and were opened for players who are 21 and over as well.

Types of Gaming Found in Kansas
Gaming in Kansas is pretty open, for the most part players will need to be either 18 or 21 depending on which gaming type they want to take advantage of. The dog and horse track betting will have some other games too. A lottery has several choices like; Powerball, Pick 3, Kansas Hold’em, Hot Lotto, Keno and 2by2. There are five casinos in Kansas which are operated by the Native American citizens of the state. Within the state you have all of the top gaming choices like slots, table games, card games and other styles.