Wyoming Online Gambling

Sports betting is now live in Wyoming and it is also possible to bet on horse racing and play Daily Fantasy Sports within state lines. Find the best offers we have selected for you.

Wyoming Best Online Gambling Bonuses

Here is all gambling sites & bonuses for gambling available in Wyoming online.

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Online gambling is legal in Wyoming. The only sites you can gamble online or via mobile app are: TVG and TwinSpires.

Can you gamble online in Wyoming?

Online casinoNot legal
Sports bettingLegal
Horse racing online betting Legal
PokerLegal in physical venues

WHILE live top-level sport is a little thin on the ground in Wyoming, sports betting was launched in the Cowboy State in September 2021 by the Wyoming Gaming Commission with an initial agreement for licences to be operated by DraftKings and BetMGM. With Wyoming law regulating for at least five sports betting licenses to be issued, the options for bettors will grow in the near future with no cap on the final number of licenses allowed in the state. 

There are a number of land-based casinos run by the Northern Arapaho and Eastern Shoshone tribes, but many are in remote locations, and while there is a potential for the casinos to run their own sportsbooks, no land-based sports betting options are available just yet. 

To place sports bets in Wyoming you must register with an online operator, allowing you to wager when and where you want to, so long as you stay within state boundaries. The state also allows for horse race betting and launched a lottery in 2013. 

Betting in Wyoming

Sports betting is now legal and the state offers an online-only service, though there are plans to combine online options with retail sports betting outlets. 

Wyoming Online Casinos

Online casinos are outlawed but there are a number of land-based venues that offer slots and video versions of popular games like blackjack and craps. 

Wyoming Poker and Card Rooms

Online poker is illegal but tribal casinos offer live poker along with video poker games. Offshore sportsbooks offering online poker accept players from the state but it is strongly advised against using them as they offer no consumer protection.  

WY Horse Racing Betting

There are several tracks in the state offering live horse racing, with off-track betting also available at around a dozen locations. There is also advance-deposit wagering offered by the likes of TwinSpires and TVG allowing bettors to place bets on their mobile devices or laptops.   

Lottery in Wyoming

The state lottery is one of the newest in the US, running since 2013. Whereas sports betting is online driven, the lottery is land-based with retail facilities across the county selling tickets.  

Wyoming DFS

While the state has not legalized DFS events based around a number of sports, entrants from Wyoming are allowed in tournaments operated by the likes of DraftKings and FanDuel.  

Wyoming Onlinr Gambling FAQs

One of the few states in the US that has opted to allow 18-year-olds full betting rights, Wyoming has gone down the road of online-only betting.  

Where in WY can I get help with problem gambling?  

If you are worried about how gambling is affecting your life, or you believe a friend or relative has a problem that needs help, you can find details about where you can get assistance at Wyoming – National Council on Problem Gambling.