Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Tuesday said an effort to legalize sports wagering on mobile devices is unlikely to happen by the end of the legislative session, scheduled to conclude next week.

Cuomo in a radio interview in the morning pointed to the state Gaming Commission backing regulations for on-site sports betting — via “sportsbooks” — at the four casinos in upstate New York. At the same time, Cuomo expressed unease with an expansion of gambling in the state several years after voters approved a constitutional amendment for table top gaming the governor had supported.

At an unrelated press conference later, Cuomo pointed to the range of top-level issues lawmakers are yet to resolve, such as extending and expanding rent control regulations.

Lawmakers had crafted legislation that would place servers at casinos in order to resolve what had been constitutional concerns surrounding restrictions on gambling. Neighboring New Jersey previously legalize mobile sports betting, allowing gamblers to place bets on smartphones or tablets, and state lawmakers worried New York was losing out on revenue.