Nebraska currently has five Indian gaming casinos, two of which are operated by the Winnebago tribe and one apiece by the Ohama, Santee Sioux and Ponca tribes. The latter opened its doors on November 1, 2018, after lawsuits had held back the progress by almost a decade.
The Cornhusker State has strict laws prohibiting sports betting, but at these five casinos you can play a vast array of slots and gaming machines. Alas, no table or cards games are in operation.
If you are looking to bet on the NFL you can try out Daily Fantasy Leagues, which are available in the state. If ball-based betting is not for you then head to one of the state's licensed race tracks to take part in parimutuel horse wagering.
Nebraska runs a state lottery but no online purchases are available so to play the game you must buy a ticket from an official lottery location.
Although every care has been taken into providing the information for this map, state law can often change and this map is how we at GamingUSA understand the gambling law in each state to be as of March 27th 2023