Yes. New Hampshire became the 16th state to legalize sports betting when a bill was passed in 2019. However, when it launched December 2019, betting could only be done online through DraftKings Sportsbook.
Going forward, 10 retail sportsbooks are set to open in New Hampshire, all of them via DraftKings, who is splitting betting revenue with the state. Also, sports betting at state lottery terminals will be possible through Intralot. Four other mobile betting operators may be authorized, but because of a split revenue deal, DraftKings has a monopoly in the state.
Throughout 2020, towns in New Hampshire will vote to permit physical operation of retail sportsbooks. While some have already approved them, there has yet to be a date released for when a retail sportsbook will open in the state.
Unlike most states where the age limit is 21 years old, New Hampshire's minimum age to bet on sports in 18.
Daily Fantasy Sports and horse racing betting are also allowed in New Hampshire. Daily Fantasy Sports were legalized in 2017 and have never been an issue in the state.