South Dakota Race and Sports Wagering
The South Dakota Commission on Gaming (SDCG) regulates pari-mutuel wagering in the state. The agency's operations are entirely supported from a portion of license fees and racing handle, based on a schedule prescribed by law. No state tax revenues are used in the regulation or operation of pari-mutuel racing. The SDCG is required by law to give money received from pari-mutuel wagering back to the racing industry.
In 2005, a bill introduced in the state Senate, SB95, authorized account wagering and amended the gaming laws to include the licensing and regulation of multi-jurisdictional totalizator hubs and the employees of those facilities by the SDCG. The Governor signed the bill into law on 22 March 2005.
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