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Wyoming Sports Betting

In April 2021, Gov. Mark Gordon signed HB 133, providing for legal mobile sports wagering, with no retail shops. The state imposes a 10% tax on gaming revenues.

In September 2021, Wyoming sports betting launched as
DraftKings Sportsbook and BetMGM became the first online Wyoming sportsbooks. FanDuel launched in March 2022 and while PointsBet was approved, it has yet to launch as of March 2022.

Wyoming offers mobile sports wagering through multiple operators because there are no commercial casinos in the state. There are four tribal casinos operated by two Native American tribes and they can offer sports betting at their casinos because they already offer Class III gaming.
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