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Best Online WY Sportsbooks

DraftKings Sportsbook

  • Best selection of odds
  • Wide range of payment methods
  • Widest selection of bets
  • Best customer service in WY
  • Misleading welcome bonus
Welcome Offer
Great for Betting & DFS
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Website: Founded: 2012
Owner: Jason RobinsHeadquarters: Boston


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DraftKings is the largest fantasy sports operator in the US. Since 2018, they have established themselves as one of the country's most successful online sportsbooks. According to BettingScanner's 2020 survey, DraftKings can boast the country's highest brand awareness at 44%.

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BetMGM Sportsbook

  • Great selection of bets
  • Excellent WY mobile product
  • Top promos
  • Desktop site could look better
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Great for Parlay Betting
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Website: Founded: 1993
Owner: MGM Resorts InternationalHeadquarters: Paradise, Nevada, United States


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BetMGM is owned by MGM Resorts International, and has expanded their vegas brand across the US, becoming on of the biggest betting sites in the country.

The iconic brand's transition into the online sports betting world has been seamless. Its NJ sports betting app is one of the most highly rated in the state.

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FanDuel Sportsbook

  • Tried and tested brand
  • Excellent mobile betting
  • Lots of deposit options
  • Not operational in WY yet
Welcome Offer
Best Mobile App
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Website: Founded: 2009
Owner: Flutter Entertainment (previously Paddy Power Betfair)Headquarters: New York City


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The New York-based company began life as a daily fantasy sports provider but now can claim to be the country's most popular sportsbook. According to BettingScanner, it enjoys the second highest brand awareness rate in the US (41%), and the highest number of active users of any sports betting site.

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Wyoming Sports Betting

After years of legal wrangling the Wyoming sports betting bill has been passed and it is now legal to bet on sports in the state.

Wyoming has chosen to only offer online sports betting.

There are currently three approved sportsbooks in the state.

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

Bet on sports in-person ✘

Bet on sports online ✔

Bet on collegiate teams or collegiate games ✔

FAQS Wyoming online betting

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

Are there any sportsbooks in Wyoming?

Yes, there are now three licensed operators in the state of Wyoming. They include:

Is sports betting legal in Wyoming?

Yes, as of September 2021 sports betting has been legal in the state of Wyoming.

Currently, only online wagering is allowed in the state.

Is FanDuel Sportsbook available in Wyoming?

The online sportsbook has been approved by the Wyoming Gaming Commission but has yet to launch its product.

You can read a full review of Fanduel Sportsbook here.

Does Wyoming have gambling?

According to Wyoming's sports betting bill, online sports betting is legal in the state. It is also legal to gamble on horse racing. There are now three licensed online sportsbooks

However, online casino is not legal in the state.

How can I bet on sports in Wyoming?

You simply download the app of a sportsbook that is licensed in the state of Wyoming. There are currently three online sportsbooks in the state:

You must be within state borders in order to place a wager, deposit or withdraw.

Is DraftKings Sportsbook available in Wyoming?

Yes. DraftKings is now licenced and operating in the state of Wyoming. Along with BetMGM, it was the first online sportsbook to launch in the Equality state.

The sportsbook will only operate online which is in line with the sports betting laws in the state.

You can read a full review of DraftKings here.

WY Sportsbooks

It has been a slog getting the sports betting bill approved in the equality state, but it is now finally over the line.

The state has legalized mobile-only sports betting. This means that licensed sportsbooks will have no physical presence in the state.

The sports betting bill has created an attractive market for new sportsbooks with a low 10% tax on sports betting revenue.

The three largest sportsbooks are now licensed in the state:

  1. FanDuel The largest US online sportsbook is now licensed in the state but is yet to launch its product.
  2. DraftKings → Where FanDuel goes, DraftKings follows and vice versa. DraftKings' product is now live.
  3. BetMGM → The third-largest sportsbook in the US has now launched its product in Wyoming.

Wyoming does not represent the largest market, so we don't expect sportsbooks to pour across state borders but due to the low costs and barriers to entry, we don't think it will be long before you get a few more options.

Wyoming sportsbooks
Sports betting in WY - a brief history

A rushed attempt to push through a bill during the 2020 legislative session ultimately failed, but it was very close. The vote was only defeated in the House 27-32. The H225, introduced by Rep. Tom Walter was always going to be difficult to push through since the Equality State had barely touched the subject of sports betting since the federal ban was removed in 2018.

The pressure was mounting on the state as neighboring states had either legalized online sports betting or were in the process of doing so. This meant that Wyoming would lose potential sports betting tax revenue from its own residents to its neighbors.

A good example of this predicament is the city of Cheyenne, located along Wyoming's southern border with Colorado. Cheyenne is not only the capital of Wyoming but also contains the largest population. For residents of Cheyenne, the state of Colorado is only a short drive away.

In Colorado, online sports betting is fully legal, which means you can just cross the border, take out your smartphone and place a wager, even if you are a resident of Wyoming. In fact, Fort Collins a town with an excellent selection of sports bars is less than an hours drive.

In early 2021, Rep. Tom Walters finally pushed through HB 133. Gov. Mark Gordon eventually signed it into law in April 2021.

The Wyoming Gaming Commission officially adopted the law in September 2021.

Best WY sportsbook welcome offer

It is simply a great time to be a new customer in Wyoming right now.

The fact that it is a completely new market means that online sportsbooks are incredibly keen to pick up new customers as quickly as possible. To do this they are offering some incredible new customer welcome offers.

This can also have its drawbacks. For example, it can lead some sportsbooks to make slightly misleading claims.

We have gone through all the three welcome offers currently on the market.

Best welcome offers in Wyoming

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  1. Great for Parlay Betting

  2. Best Mobile App

  3. Great for Betting & DFS

How to set up a Sportsbook Account in Wyoming
  1. Click on the green claim tab located next to the sportsbook of your choice
  2. Enter your personal details: Your name, address, DOB and e-mail address
  3. Create a username and password
  4. Provide proof of identity
  5. Select your preferred payment method
  6. Transfer your first deposit and collect your welcome bonus
  7. Start betting!

Remember you will need a valid social security number and cell phone number in order to sign-up with a Wyoming sportsbook.

WY Sportsbook Payments

There is no way around the fact that Sportsbook deposits and withdrawals are the most tedious aspect of sports betting not just in Wyoming but in any state in the US.

The reasons for this are long and complex, but the short of it is that the US banking system is running a few years behind the changes in legislation around the country that have come into play since the Senate removed the federal ban on sports betting in 2018.

Visa/ Mastercard

This simply should have been the simplest method of transferring your funds, but although many sportsbooks accept it as a deposit method, it is almost impossible to withdraw your funds to your card and if you do manage to you'll pay such high fees it won't be worth it. Since we do not recommend you have a different deposit method to your withdrawal method we suggest you use an e-wallet instead


PayPal is simply the simplest and safest option for new customers in Wyoming. The e-wallet allows you to bypass banking restrictions in a simple and fast fashion. Since PayPal uses state of the art encryption technology you also add an extra layer of security to your transactions.


Skrill is another e-wallet that works just as well as PayPal. The only real difference is that Skrill charges you a small fee when you withdraw your funds, whereas PayPal charges you when you deposit funds. Currently, BetMGM is the only sportsbook in Wyoming that offers Skrill as a payment option

ACH (eCheck)

This method might sound a little clunky compared to the big brands such as PayPal but anyone who has used it will know that it is surprisingly easy to use and set up. All you need to do is provide your social security number and choose a PIN. The advantage of this method is you do not incur the fees you do with a credit or debit card. The drawback is that the processing times are much longer - up to 48 hours to deposit and up to 72 hours to withdraw.

Sports teams in Wyoming

With only a population of around half a million, it comes as no suprise that there are no pro league sports teams in the state of Wyoming.

However there are a number of popular sports teams in the bordering states. Pro football is the most popular sport in the state, with the Denver Broncos from Colorado the most popular team. The Broncos who play their games not far from the Wyoming's capital Cheyenne have enjoyed some considerable success over the years with three Super Bowl titles.

Basketball is also a popular sport in the state, with Utah Jazz and the Denver Nuggets popular in Wyoming. The Colorado Rockies are the most popular baseball team.

Soccer is also growing in popularity with the Colorado Avalanche and Real Salt Lake well supported MLS teams in Wyoming.