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Wisconsin Top Sportsbooks & Betting Bonuses

Wisconsin sports betting is finally here! Bet on your mobile or in person at tribal casinos across the state. We’ll show you how to get started with the best Wisconsin sportsbooks.

Wisconsin Top Betting Offers & Sportsbook Promos

Sportsbook NameWelcome BonusWisconsin retail sportsbook partner
Oneida Casino Sportsbookn/aOneida Casino

How to Sign Up and Claim a Sports Betting Bonus in Wisconsin

Wisconsin sportsbooks will offer welcome bonuses to new players. You can already get started with a mobile sportsbook app via Oneida Casino.
Claim Sports Betting Bonus Step 2
Step 2
Open an Account
Activate your account in person at an Oneida Casino sportsbook cashier (you will need photo ID).
Claim Sports Betting Bonus. Step 3
Step 3
Read Terms & Conditions
Read terms and conditions, and wagering requirements apply.
How to claim Sports Betting Bonus. Step 4
Step 4
Deposit and Bet
Place wagers in one of Oneida’s designated betting areas. Get your welcome bonus!

Wisconsin Online Sportsbook Bonus Types in 2022

Wisconsin has been slow in expanding its regulated sports betting bonus market. Only Oneida Casino has an operating mobile sportsbook which you can use to place bets in person at kiosks and Oneida Nation casinos. Oneida Casino Sportsbook allows you to link your existing Players Club card so that you can earn perks both online and in person. 

As other online sportsbooks go live in Wisconsin, expect to find some or all of these great bonuses being offered in the state: 

  • Deposit match bonus
  • Risk-free bets
  • Free bets
  • Enhanced odds
  • Parlay boost
  • Parlay insurance
  • Early cashout
  • Refer-a-friend
  • Loyalty scheme

Online Sports Betting in Wisconsin

Online sportsbooks in Wisconsin have been synonymous with the state’s tribal casinos. The Oneida Nation became one of the first tribes in the US to offer mobile sportsbooks without there being specific state legislation. You can now bet on your mobile in person at selected locations around Wisconsin. 

In focus:

Oneida Casino Sportsbook: Oneida Casino was the first gambling establishment in Wisconsin to offer legal sports betting. You can place sports wagers in person at many Oneida Casino spots or Oneida Nation locations. In addition, you can download a dedicated sportsbook app on your smartphone to place bets. 

Valid betting locations in Wisconsin include:

  • West Mason Casino
  • IMAC Casino
  • Packerland Casino
  • Westwind One-Stop
  • Four Paths One-Stop
  • HWY. 29 Travel Center Casino

Wisconsin Fast Facts:

  • Legal Sports Betting Y/N: Yes
  • Year Legalized: 2021
  • Retail Sportsbooks?: Yes
  • Online Sportsbooks?: No
  • Mobile Sportsbooks Y/N: Yes
  • College Sports Betting Y/N: Yes (restrictions apply)

Betting Markets and Sports

Oneida Casino allows betting on all professional sports such as football, baseball and soccer. College sports betting is permitted in Wisconsin. However, betting on any games that involve Wisconsin teams is prohibited. 

Popular Sports:

  • Football
  • College football
  • Basketball
  • College basketball
  • Hockey
  • Baseball
  • Soccer
  • Tennis
  • Golf
  • Cycling
  • Motorsports

Popular Betting Markets

  • Moneyline
  • Point Spread
  • Totals (Over/Under)
  • Futures
  • In-play
  • Player props
  • Game props

Sportsbook Regulation in Wisconsin

Legalized sports betting is focused around the state’s tribal nations. The Oneida Nation expanded its gaming compact with an amendment in 2021 that permits sports betting on its land. However, tribal gaming is protected by a state body – the Department of Administration’s Division of Gaming

While the Oneida Casino has the monopoly on sports betting in Wisconsin in 2022, other tribes are looking to muscle in. The St. Croix Chippewa Indians of Wisconsin and Forest County Potawatomi Community are launching sportsbooks at their casinos. 

The St. Croix tribe started offering sports betting at its Turtle Lake casino in April 2022. Sportsbooks are also being opened at St. Croix properties in Hertel and Danbury. 

The Forest County Potawatomi Tribe followed suit in 2022 after signing a compact amendment with Gov. Tony Evers. 

Retail Sportsbooks to Visit in Wisconsin

Wisconsin sportsbooks are beginning to appear at tribal casinos. Oneida Casino was the first to open a brick and mortar sportsbook. You can use the Oneida mobile app to place bets within casino walls or just bet in person. 

The St. Croix Chippewa Indians also opened a sportsbook at their Turtle Lake casino in 2022. Retail sportsbooks will soon follow at their Danbury and Hertel casinos. 

The St. Croix Casino sportsbook is open 7 am–3 am every day and hosts regular big-screen events such as ‘Fight Night’. 

Oneida Nation: 

  • Oneida Casino, Green Bay
  • Oneida Casino IMAC
  • Oneida Casino West Mason

St. Croix Chippewa Indians of Wisconsin: 

  • St. Croix Casino Turtle Lake 
  • St. Croix Casino Danbury (TBC)
  • St. Croix Casino Hertel (TBC)

Forest County Potawatomi Community:

  • Potawatomi Hotel and Casino, Milwaukee 
Oneida Casino Sportsbook is the first and only casino in Wisconsin authorized to offer sports betting.

Wisconsin Deposit Options & Banking

Currently, Wisconsin mobile sportsbooks only operate with cash deposits. You must pay cash in person at an Oneida sportsbook in order to credit your account. You can then use your mobile app to complete the bet. 

When Wisconsin expands its online and mobile sportsbook offering, you should be able to deposit using a range of banking methods:

  • Debit cards
  • Credit cards
  • e-Wallet (PayPal etc)
  • Play+ Prepaid Card
  • Online bank transfer
  • PayNearMe
  • Cash in person at retail sportsbook

Wisconsin Sports Betting FAQ

Is sports betting legal in Wisconsin? 

Yes. Gov. Tony Evers, has signed compact amendments with Wisconsin tribes to allow them to provide sports betting on tribal land. You can also place bets through legal mobile sportsbook apps. 

Is BetRivers legal in Wisconsin? 

No. BetRivers has no sports betting presence in Wisconsin. However, we expect BetRivers to launch in Wisconsin if sports betting law is ever expanded.