Online sports betting is illegal in North Dakota in 2022. Despite attempts being made to pass sports betting laws in the Peace Garden State, a few retail sportsbooks at tribal casinos are the only place to wager.
North Dakota Top Betting Offers & Sportsbook Promos
NOTE: Mobile and online sports betting is illegal in North Dakota. Though there are retail sportsbooks open, we expect some or all of these online sports betting sites to launch once the state goes live.
|Sportsbook Name||Welcome Bonus||North Dakota partner|
|DraftKings||100% Deposit Match Bonus||n/a|
|FanDuel||$1,000 Risk-Free Bets||n/a|
|Caesars||Free Bets Worth up to $1,500||n/a|
|BetMGM||Risk-Free Bets up to $1,000||n/a|
|PointsBet||Risk-Free Bets up to $2,000||n/a|
Sportsbook Bonus Types in North Dakota
Tribal casinos in North Dakota already offer loyalty programs to customers. Some of these could be rolled out at the first online sportsbooks too. Also expect to see welcome bonuses, free bets and other deals being offered online.
- Deposit match bonus
- Free bets
- Risk-free bets
- Enhanced odds
- Profit boost
- Parlay boost
- Parlay insurance
- Loyalty program
- In-play betting specials
- Money back
Claim a Sports Betting Bonus in North Dakota
Online Sports Betting in North Dakota
North Dakota currently has no legalized online sports betting. However, the state’s tribal casinos started a soft launch of retail sportsbooks in early 2022. Tribal casinos such as the Sky Dancer and the Dakota Magic Casino & Hotel now have retail sportsbooks where you can place bets in person at self-service kiosks. There are no mobile apps, however, and all bets must be made over the counter.
North Dakota Fast Facts:
- Legal Sports Betting Y/N: Yes
- Year Legalized: 2021
- Retail Sportsbooks?: Yes
- Online Sportsbooks?: No
- Mobile Sportsbooks Y/N: No
- College Sports Betting Y/N: No
North Dakota Betting Markets and Sports
North Dakota retail sportsbooks accept wagers on all major US sports, plus many overseas markets. Sportsbooks are open generally from midday until 10 pm/11 pm. We expect the same range of sports betting to be available at online sportsbooks in North Dakota once they go live.
- Point spread
- Totals (over/under)
- Team props
- Player props
- In-play betting
Sportsbook Regulation in North Dakota
North Dakota now allows sports betting at tribal casinos only. Under strict gaming compacts signed in 2019, betting is only permitted in person at tribal casino sportsbooks. Sports gamblers in North Dakota must be 21 or over to visit a Dakota Nation tribal casino and place wagers.
Despite multiple attempts, North Dakota has failed to pass any of its many sports betting bills. The most recent, setting up a framework of online and mobile sportsbooks – HB 3032 – failed to make it through the House. It’s unlikely that any more bills will be considered before 2024.
Retail Sportsbooks to Visit in North Dakota
North Dakota has established tribal casinos, with several offering retail sportsbooks. Currently, sportsbooks are open at all the Dakota Nation Gaming Enterprise casinos such as those in Hankinson and Watertown.
You can bet live at a kiosk or use self-service terminals to place your own bets. We expect more ND casinos to start offering live sports betting should North Dakota legalize sportsbooks in the future.
Top Casinos in North Dakota:
- Sky Dancer Casino, Belcourt
- Dakota Magic Casino, Hankinson
- Dakota Sioux, Watertown
- Dakota Connection, Sisseton
- Four Bears Casino, Four Bears Village
- Spirit Lake Casino, Fort Totten
- Prairie Knights Casino & Resort, Fort Yates
Deposit & Withdrawal Options in North Dakota
Online sportsbooks in North Dakota will accept deposits using the usual banking methods you see at regulated sites. Minimum deposits will be in the region of $10–20.
- American Express
- VIP Preferred (ACH/e-Check)
- Online bank transfer
- Prepaid card
- In-person deposit at a retail sportsbook
North Dakota Sports Betting FAQ
No. Sports betting in North Dakota is not currently legal. However, you can bet in person at a few tribal casinos across the state if you are 21 or over.
No. BetMGM doesn’t offer online sports betting in North Dakota at present. However, we expect BetMGM to be one of the first legalized online and mobile sportsbooks to go live once ND passes gaming laws.
Some of North Dakota’s tribal casinos run rewards programs where you can earn points every time you make a sports bet. Collect points and redeem them for cash and benefits.