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Wyoming became the first state in the US to legalize sports betting in 2021 when Governor Mark Cordon signed HB 133 into law. With no commercial casinos in the state, Wyoming joins Tennessee as the only states to offer online-only sports betting.
As anticipated, the September 1st target date held up and Wyoming saw its first two sportsbooks go live with DraftKings and BetMGM. Wyoming bettors can now register with either book and bet on the opening weekend of college football and NFL action.
While the state set a minimum of five licenses, they are not required to fill all five immediately, meaning BetMGM and DraftKings can begin operating as other sportsbooks go through the vetting process. We know of confirmed applications from FanDuel and Barstool, which could bring WY up to four operators by the end of September.
One of the great things about having an open, online-only sports betting market is that Wyoming does not have to limit the number of operator licenses. This means that Wyoming bettors could have a number of grade-A sportsbooks to choose from this January.
As of August 26th, Wyoming has received four confirmed letters of intent from sportsbooks. These include Barstool Sportsbook, BetMGM, DraftKings, and FanDuel. That being said, given the relatively low cost of entry, we think the majority of online operators will eventually offer sports betting in Wyoming.
Betting is not a cakewalk, and neither is finding the right sportsbook for your action. You have to consider several different factors before settling for an app. While we recommend taking advantage of each of the welcome offers available in Wyoming, here are some additional factors worth considering if you plan to choose only one sportsbook.
With the launch of legal sports betting in Wyoming only days away, there are plenty of questions to address from sports fans across the state. Below are answers to the majority of the FAQs we have received from Wyoming.
Yes, sports betting has officially been signed into law in the state of Wyoming. Additionally, a tax rate, rules, and regulations have all been put into place. Wyoming was able to organize a mobile betting launch ahead of the start of the 2021 NFL season.
The legal betting age in Wyoming is 21. This is on par with the majority of the sports betting markets across the United States, including Colorado.
Yes, mobile and online betting is currently the only way to wager on sports in Wyoming. However, Wyoming residents may only bet using sportsbooks that are licensed by the state.
Yes, Wyoming does not currently have a law that bans daily fantasy sports in the state, which means DFS operators can run contests in the state. Unlike several states that recently included DFS with their sports betting laws, WY has not addressed DFS with any sort of legislation.
Wyoming residents and visitors are able to place every type of bet including parlays, teasers, player props, live betting and more.
Yes, Wyoming bettors can wager on all major college sports and even in-state college teams. This includes futures bets and prop bets.