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DraftKings and BetMGM first to go online in Wyoming

Leading US operators DraftKings and BetMGM have gone live in Wyoming’s newly regulated online sports betting market, with Genius Sports also approved as a sports [...]

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Wyoming Capitol

Wyoming Governor approves online sports betting bill

Governor Mark Gordon of Wyoming has signed legislation to authorise and regulate online sports betting.

Wyoming’s online-only market will allow players over the age of 18 [...]

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Gaming Intelligence US Regulatory Bulletin

Gaming Intelligence US Regulatory Bulletin – February 2021

New York negotiations continue as eight more states introduce bills

New York was the headline news during January and continues to be the most likely new [...]

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Wyoming gets online sports betting bill

Lawmakers in Wyoming have introduced a bill to regulate online sports betting in the state.

Introduced Friday, the legislation would see the Wyoming Gaming Commission promulgate [...]

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Wyoming set to regulate “skill” gaming machines

Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon has signed legislation to form the Wyoming Gaming Commission, which will assume responsibility for regulating the state’s gaming machines.

Wyoming’s skill-based gaming machines are [...]

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Alabama bill aims to legalise sports betting as Wyoming lawmakers vote against

Representative Mike Rogers reintroduced his sports betting bill in Alabama last week following an unsuccessful attempt to legalise the activity last year, while lawmakers in Wyoming made [...]

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Wyoming Capitol

Wyoming bill aims to regulate sports betting in 2021

Lawmakers in Wyoming introduced legislation Wednesday to regulate sports betting.

The bill directs the department of revenue to examine sports betting regulations in other US jurisdictions in order [...]

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Intralot lauds record year for Wyoming Lottery

The Wyoming Lottery Corporation has reported total lottery sales of $29m for the 2018 fiscal year.

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