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Legal sports betting has officially arrived in the state of Arizona, with mobile betting going live in the state just in time for the 2021 NFL season. With the passing of House Bill 2772, the matter moved to the desk of Governor Doug Ducey who signed it almost immediately.
After a similar bill failed to pass through the Arizona state senate, the house moved quickly to pass an emergency act that should allow online sports betting to begin in AZ in the next few months. The Senate Fiscal Note projects legal sports betting to drive over $34 million in annual tax revenue by 2024.
While there will eventually be 16 online sportsbook operators in Arizona, at the moment, bettors have their choice of 8 of the industry's top apps. Here is a look at the complete list of sportsbooks that are already live in The Grand Canyon State:
As for the operators that have established the necessary partnerships to enter the market, and have applied for approval from state legislators, but are not yet live:
You have to meet certain criteria in order to be eligible to bet on sports in Arizona. We have listed the criteria below:
Sports bettors have quite a lot of options when it comes to betting in Arizona. Here is a list of betting options available:
The state of Arizona released its official rules for sports betting a few days ago. The Grand Canyon State’s goal is to have legal sports betting available for its citizens by September 9, 2021. That date is key for Arizona-based sports bettors since it’s the start of the NFL regular season.
Arizona added another sportsbook in late December with the launch of Fubo Sportsbook. Fubo was previously only available in Iowa but went live in Arizona on December 20th. They are currently offering AZ bettors that want to try their app a risk-free bet of up to $1,000 and a free month of their streaming service FuboTV.
TwinSpires announced they were officially live in Arizona with retail sports betting at Mazatzal Hotel & Casino (Tonto Apache Tribe) and online through the TwinSpires sportsbook app.
This news brings the official operator count in AZ up to 8 sportsbooks and gives TwinSpires access to its sixth US market. Rather than offer a new promotion to AZ bettors, TwinSpires elected to extend its current featured sportsbook promotion to all new players in the Grand Canyon State. This offer includes $250 in free bets with an initial $10 wager.
Two of Arizona’s main political figures are doing everything in their power to speed the legalization process along in their state. Governor Doug Ducey signed the new compact back on April 15. Arizona State Representative Jeff Weninger sponsored an important sports betting bill that was approved on May 24.
Arizona’s current rules allow for 20 sports gaming licenses to be issued. Obtaining a license is key for businesses since it allows them to operate both retail and online sportsbooks. The rules state that 10 of these licenses will go to the gaming tribes and various professional sports organizations within the state.
The Arizona Diamondbacks, Phoenix Suns, and the PGA Tour have already gotten in on the action. The Diamondbacks and Caesars Entertainment have joined forces to set up a retail sportsbook next to Chase Field.
The Suns have a similar deal in place with FanDuel Sportsbook to put a sportsbook next to Phoenix Suns Arena. The PGA Tour plans to partner with DraftKings to bring a similar arrangement to TPC Scottsdale.
Our inbox has been flooded with questions surrounding the anticipated arrival of legal sports betting in Arizona. Below are answers to some of the questions we have seen asked most frequently.