With vendor selected, Oregon Lottery starts developing sports betting rules Jill R. Dorson, SportsHandle · April 15, 2019 at 3:01 pm One of four states grandfathered in with a limited version of sports betting under the now-defunct Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act, Oregon continues to move ahead with plans for full-fledged sports wagering through the state lottery. And the plan is to roll out state-wide mobile and kiosk offerings as soon as the upcoming football season. Before it can go live, though, the Oregon Lottery must develop regulations, a process that is about to get underway. According to a lottery spokesman, once the rules are developed, they must be made available for public comment before being implemented. How long that process will take isn’t clear, as the lottery is still sorting through key questions it must answer before developing rules.