Vermont keeps it pretty simple with their gambling options.
Daily Fantasy Sports (DFS) and Horse Racing betting are the sole legal online gaming options. Otherwise, casino gambling is not available, while everything else in which you can play for real money (i.e. the state lottery, poker and other charitable gambling) are for good will causes only.
Strangely, while horse racing betting at tracks is legal, no tracks exist in Vermont at which to bet, while a few OTB branches are available for horse racing betting in bars and taverns.
Given DFS is legal, online sports betting may not be entirely out of the question in Vermont in the near future, given the state’s lawmakers seem to have jumped on the sports betting legalization bandwagon with the introduction of a ‘Tennessee-like’ online sports wagering only bill (rather than something more along the model of NJ online sports betting sites) to the State House in June 2020.