Wisconsin, WI Sports Betting Apps
Legal Wisconsin Sports Betting and Mobile Betting Apps in 2019: Xpressbet app, WorldWinner Gaming app.
Expected Wisconsin mobile betting apps in 2020 and further: No future apps planned in 2020, including no new horse race betting apps. There are other apps available in Wisconsin, but not licensed by the state.
Betting markets/leagues/events via Wisconsin online betting app: Both local and National horse races. All bets must be made on the horse race betting apps.
Mobile betting in Wisconsin
Trying to understand the sports betting laws in the state of Wisconsin is extremely confusing, and they have some very outdated laws. There have been several surrounding states that have legalized sports betting, but Wisconsin has yet to join them, and it doesn’t look like it will happen.
Betting on horse races is legal in the state of Wisconsin, but there aren’t any racetracks that accept wagers or host races. The only way to bet on sports in the state of Wisconsin is online, and only horse races are allowed by law. Wisconsin does not have any licensed horse race betting apps, but there are some options available to residents of the state. The following two betting apps are highly recommended for residents of Wisconsin, but there are others that could be found and accessed after a quick google search.
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