Wyoming has three Native American casinos. Each has been authorized by the fedral government under the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act. There are no state-licensed casinos.
The three tribal casinos are all located on the Wind River Indian Reservation. Two are owned by the Northern Arapaho Tribe and one by the Eastern Shoshone Tribe.
For information about these three casinos, see Wyoming Indian Casinos below.
Minimum gambling ages are 18 years old for casinos, 18 for poker, 18 for bingo, 18 for sports betting, 18 for horse racing, 18 for the lottery.
EASTERN SHOSHONE TRIBE
Shoeshone Rose Casino & Hotel
Wind River Reservation
5690 US Hwy 287 - PO Box 399
Lander, WY 82520
NORTHERN ARAPAHO TRIBE
WE CANNOT RECOMMEND EITHER CASINO OWNED BY THE NORTHERN ARAPAHO TRIBE. Due to a previous experience with the Arapaho casinos, we have removed all information including the casino names, their addresses, telephone numbers, hotel information and contact information for the Arapaho tribal offices.
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April 17, 2021
Last week Governor Mark Gordon signed a new bill into law legalizing mobile sports betting in Wyoming. The Wyoming Gaming Commission will establish operational and licensing regulations by September 1, 2021.
WYOMING SPORTS BETTING LAW
Minimum betting age is 18 years old.
Online and mobile sports betting only. Land-based casinos are excluded.
Bets can be placed on professional, college, and Olympic sporting events.
Wyoming will collect a 10% tax on gross gaming revenue.
A minimum of five licenses will be issued. There will be no maximum. Applications will cost $25,000 to $100,000 for a five-year license.
Wyoming's licensed sportsbooks are expected online during this year's football season.
March 10, 2021
The Horse Nations Indian Relay Council has scheduled the 2021 Championship of Champions Indian Relay Races for September 24, 25 and 26 at the Central Wyoming Fairgrounds in Casper, Wyoming.
The "Championship of Champions" matches the best Indian relay teams from the United States and Canada. For tickets and information, visit the Horse Nation Relay website.
Another exciting race held in Wyoming this year is the 2021 World Championship Indian Relay Races in Sheridan on July 14-17. Tickets and iinformation are available at the Sheridan WYO Rodeo website.
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