Online betting platform partner DraftKings is gearing up for the timely launch of online and mobile sports betting in Kansas

OLATHE, Kan., August 18, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Butler National Corporation (OTCQB: BUKS), through its wholly owned subsidiary which operates the Boot Hill Casino & Resort in Dodge City, Kansasreceived approval for Kansas Lottery Sports Betting Management Contract.

Earlier this summer, Butler National announced sports betting platform deals with DraftKings and Bally’s Corporation.

The Sportsbook Management Agreement provides for the management of sportsbooks, both internally at Boot Hill Casino, as well as through three Kansas Lottery-approved interactive sportsbook platforms. The duration of the contract is five years and provides for the share of statutory income of ten percent to the State.

“We have been working diligently with our current online betting platform partners to bring online sports betting to Kansans as soon as regulators give us the green light,” said clark stuart, CEO, Butler National Corporation. “The approval of the sports betting management contract brings us one step closer to this important achievement.”

In anticipation of the launch of sports betting by the Kansas Lottery, DraftKings expects a timely launch of its Kansas platform the day regulators approve the initial launch.

Boot Hill Casino & Resort, located in Dodge City, Kansasalso plans to unveil its tentative on-site sports betting and expects to accept bets soon after the launch of the interactive sports betting platform.

“Our team is focused on the timely launch of the DraftKings mobile platform and the DraftKings retail sportsbook at Boot Hill Casino in Dodge the city“, said Stewart. “We are excited to bring the excitement of sports betting to our casino customers and all Kansans.”

Butler National is a recognized provider of professional management services to the gaming industry and a leader in special mission aircraft modifications.

Once the Kansas Lottery launched sports betting, anyone legally permitted within the geographic boundaries of Kansas can place bets directly from their mobile devices or computers by accessing a participating bookmaker or possibly visiting a lottery gaming establishment.

About Butler National Corporation:

Butler National Corporation has been a recognized provider of professional management services to the gaming industry for over 20 years. Following the enactment of the Kansas Expanded Lottery Act (KELA), Butler National competed for a contract to manage a lottery gaming facility for the Kansas State. In 2008, Butler National Service Corporation (a subsidiary of Butler National Corporation) offered and won a contract to operate the Boot Hill Casino & Resort in Dodge the city. When Boot Hill Casino opened in 2009, it was the first state-owned and operated casino in Kansas. In addition to its gaming division, Butler National manufactures, sells and services carrier systems for private, commercial and military aircraft.

About Boot Hill Casino & Resort:

Boot Hill Casino & Resort, operated by BHCMC, LLC and Butler National Service Corporation, wholly owned subsidiaries of Butler National Corporation (OTCQB: BUKS), features over 500 electronic gaming machines, 14 table games and a 150 casual restaurant squares. known as the Firesides at Boot Hill.

The $90 million The Boot Hill Casino project opened in December 2009. Boot Hill Casino & Resort lottery games are owned and operated by the Kansas Lottery. The Kansas Racing and Gaming Commission provides regulatory oversight of the casino. For more information about Boot Hill Casino & Resort, please visit us at www.boothillcasino.comor call us at 1.877.906.0777.

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