Regulators in Ohio and Indiana are not pleased that Kentucky’s new sports wagering law expressly allows those between 18 and 21 years of age to place wagers – a privilege denied to residents of such age in the other two states. Ohio and Indiana allow those over the age of 18 to purchase lottery tickets, place in-person wagers on pari-mutuel horse racing, and play Bingo, but not to bet on sports or enter casinos. Regulators publicly decry the risk of addiction for expanding the age demographic for sports wagering, while others suggest that the respective states will lose customers to Kentucky who might have wagered at home if that were a legal possibility.