Gambling in Arkansas
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When looking at a map Arkansas is found near Mississippi, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Texas, Missouri, Tennessee & Kansas. ‘The Natural State’ is the state of Arkansas, the state is also known as ‘The Land of Opportunity.’ Arkansas spans over 53,179 miles and ranks 29th as far as area in the United States. Nearly 3 million people live in the state of Arkansas which is known for one of the nation’s largest parks in North Little Rock. Arkansas offers over 600,000 acres of lakes with 9,700 miles of streams and rivers.
Forms of Gambling
Federally, all forms of gambling are legal at age 18. It is up to each state to decide if they would like to allow gambling, which forms they would like to permit and what ages they wanted to allow players to begin gambling. One of the most commonly found forms of gambling throughout the states is a state run lottery. In Arkansas players are able to paricipate at age 18. The lottery offers games like Powerball, Mega Millions, Cash 3, Cash 4, Million Dollar Raffle, Fast Play, Decades of Dollars, Instant Games & Arkansas 50/50. Bingo & Charity events are found within the state as well and are legal for players to take part in at age 18 and over. Players will also be able to find greyhound racing tracks where players can wager on the outcome of the race. Currently there are two greyhound tracks located in the state.