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Oklahoma surprised everyone when they moved one step closer to legalizing sports betting in 2020. However the current bill being considered does not include mobile wagering.

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Oklahoma is expecting to take action soon when it comes to legalize Online Sports betting & Online Casino

Oklahoma Sports Betting

It looks like the Sooner State will have sports betting sooner than expected after Governor Kevin Stitt managed to reach an agreement with the Otoe-Missouria Tribe and the Comanche Nation.

The Federal government did highlight an issues with the compacts which would allow the two tribes to offer sports betting. These were hurdles that were expected to stand in the way of the legalization of sports betting in Oklahoma.

However, there is a potential roadblock in the form of Attorney General Mike Hunter who has stated that the compacts violate state law. We shall have to wait and see how this progresses over the summer.

Betting in OK - what you can and can't do

Bet on sports in-person ❌

Bet on sports online ❌

Register with a sportsbook online ❌

Deposit & withdraw funds with a sportsbook online ❌

Bet on collegiate teams or collegiate games ❌

Bet on high/school sports ❌

FAQS Oklahoma online betting

Here are your most commonly asked questions regarding online sports betting in Oklahoma.

🤔 Are there any sportsbooks in Oklahoma?

No. There are no sportsbooks in the state of Oklahoma. The state may legalize sports betting in 2020, and hand the right to offer sports betting to Otoe-Missouria Tribe and the Comanche Nation.

⚖️ Is sports betting legal in Oklahoma?

No. sports betting is not currently legal in the state of Oklahoma. If the legislation is to be approved by the Senate this year, then the Otoe-Missouria Tribe and the Comanche Nation would be allowed to offer sports betting.

Mobile sports betting would not be legal.

⌛ When will online sports betting be legal in Oklahoma?

There are compacts currently being considered by the state. The government have not shown any objection to them, but the attorney general has stated that the compacts may be in contradiction to state law. If the compacts are passed then sports betting will be legal in the state at the Otoe-Missouria Tribe and the Comanche Nation casinos.

❓ How can I bet on sports in Oklahoma?

You cannot currently bet on sports in Oklahoma. You may soon be able to place sports bets at the Otoe-Missouria Tribe and the Comanche Nation casinos, but the state must pass a bill allowing this first. We estimate that this will happen in 2020.

If you are based in eastern Oklahoma, then you can cross into Colorado and place an online sports bet. To the west you can cross into Arkansas and visit a retail sportsbook in Hot Springs.

Online Sports Betting in Oklahoma

Oklahoma surprised everyone in 2020 when the Governor Stitt was able to come to an agreement with the Otoe-Missouria Tribe and the Comanche Nation over a potential compacts which would allow for sports betting at their casinos.

The good news just continued. The federal government did not oppose the compacts and the US dept of Interior approved the compacts.

But very little in life, can go that smoothly. No sooner had the compacts been approved, than Attorney General Mike Hunter stated that the law violated state law. This means that the decision made by the Department of the Interior is likely to be challenged. This means it is also likely that both the House and Senate will support Hunter. The Oklahoma Indian Gaming Association had initially agreed to the compacts but they have now suspended the Otoe-Missouria Tribe and the Comanche Nation.

It looks like it could get messy in Oklahoma but eventually we suspect that there will be some form of agreement. This agreement is unlikely to feature mobile wagering. Oklahomans will also not be allowed to bet on the hugely popular state collegiate sports.

Sports teams in Oklahoma

The state of Oklahoma has one pro League sports team; Oklahoma City Thunder.

The Thunder compete in the NBA, and began its life as the Seattle SuperSonics. The SuperSonics enjoyed considerable success reaching the playoffs twenty-two times, winning their division six times, making it to three finals and winning the title in 1979, where they beat the Washington Bullets 4-1. As the Thunder they won their first division title in 2010-11. The next season they made it to the finals where they lost to Miami Heat 1-4.

Oklahoma briefly hosted the Hornets between 2005-2007 when New Orleans had been left devastated by Hurricane Katrina.

Baseball is also popular in the state thanks, in part, to the presence of the Oklahoma City Dodgers who are the Triple-A affiliate of the Los Angeles Dodgers. They have four Minor League Titles, three conference titles and 15 division titles.

It is college football that is the most popular sport in the state of Oklahoma. The Oklahoma Sooners represent the University of Oklahoma and compete in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I in the Big 12 Conference.