Across all fifty states, the gambling industry tends to pull in just under $100 billion per year. This is a number produced by the American Gaming Association. In the United States, gambling laws vary by state as does the legal gambling age. Lawmakers within individual states will decide whether they want to allow gambling, which types they wish to include and an age requirement for each division of gambling. Typically, all states will allow some form of gambling for real money, with the exception of Utah and Hawaii.
Online gambling in the United States has recently gained the support of several states as it grows in popularity. Up until now US players have had to join online casinos located and regulated overseas to enjoy the benefits of gambling online. As of right now three states currently lead the way in online gambling; New jersey, Nevada and Delaware have legalized locally ran and regulated in-state online casinos. For the rest of us, we still have some pretty legit places to play.
Below you will find a list of all 50 states, each with the most current developments in gaming in relation to both land based and online US casinos