The Indian Gaming Regulatory Act of 1988 has allowed the Native American tribes in Wisconsin to operate casinos throughout the state. Casino licenses have been granted to 11 tribes in the region and are there are now 22 tribal casinos in Wisconsin offering slots, table games and poker. None of the licensed venues are able to offer any kind of sportsbook betting at this time and no attempts to change the laws have been made recently.
The Badger State was well known for its horse and greyhound racing tracks throughout the years, but a gradual decline in attendance has seen the once-busy five tracks slowly cease operating. The last active location officially closed its doors in 2009. Horse racing fans must now look to the internet if they want to take part in parimutuel racing gambling as no off-track betting locations are available in the state.
The playing of poker is only permitted to take place at gambling establishments that have been licensed, these being one of the tribal casinos as mentioned above.
It is not, however, a barren wasteland for sports fans, although the casinos here offer no legal sportsbooks. If you are looking to take part in some football-related wagering there is always Daily Fantasy Sports to consider, which is deemed a game of skill and legal to play in Wisconsin,
The state began its own lottery in 1988 and residents can take part in the games that form the Multi-State Lottery Association, such as Mega Millions and Powerball, where literally hundreds of millions of dollars can be won
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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