Paid Fantasy Sports
The Paid Fantasy Sports Division is responsible for administering and regulating paid fantasy sports in Indiana. This division and these activities were established by Senate Enrolled Act 339-2016 and are contained within Indiana Code § 4-33-24.
The IGC will thoughtfully develop an application and regulatory framework over the coming months, likely through the summer of 2017.
The IGC is committed to making this process fair and transparent and to create a common sense regulatory framework that includes appropriate consumer protections and allows contestants to participate in paid fantasy sports in a lawful and safe manner.
Relevant information, including the anticipated timeline of implementation, is provided below. It is recommended that interested parties subscribe to email updates through our website in order to remain apprised of new information as it becomes available.
Please do not hesitate to contact our office with any questions, 317-233-0046.
- Paid Fantasy Sports Emergency Rule
- Paid Fantasy Sports Draft Rules
- Senate Enrolled Act 339-2016
- Implementation Timeline
- IGC Staff Commission Meeting PowerPoint
- Notice of Intent Template
- Resolution 2016-213
- PFS Game Operator License Application
The cost of investigation or reinvestigation under IC 4-33-24-17 is billed at $65.00 per hour.
- Notice of Intent letters filed with the Indiana Gaming Commission
As a courtesy to prospective paid fantasy sports game operator applicants, the Commission is providing drafts of the Paid Fantasy Sports Game Operator License Application and Emergency Rule. Please note that these are draft documents and are subject to change before final adoption by the Commission. Comments regarding the Application and Emergency Rule may be submitted to Executive Director Tait, firstname.lastname@example.org.