- Wyoming lawmakers filed an online bill for sports betting.
- Wyoming has already tried to allow online sports betting.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. – Sports bettors who are in Wyoming might be lucky as the state lawmakers tabled yet another bill that would do this Allow online sports betting.
The bill, WY HB 133, would allow various online sports betting providers to operate under a permit in the state. The fee for holding a permit would be set at $ 10,000 and would last five Years with one Renewal fee of $ 5,000 also.
Wyoming has indeed done previous attempts Allow online sports betting in February 2020. However, the bill died after the house floor decided not to pass it with a score of 32 “No” and 27 “Yes”.
Although it didn’t pass the bill, there are still plenty of sports betting options in Wyoming.
One option that weather can watch out for is land based sports betting this is operated by the northern Arapaho tribe, where they do not need state approval.
However, the primary option for Wyoming sports bettors to wager on sports is legal online sports betting operated overseas. Online sports betting like Bovada are a great option for bettors as they offer many opportunities to play sports across the state such as Wyoming Cowboys Football and other sports across the country.
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