FanDuel launches Wyoming sportsbook app

FanDuel Group announced Thursday it has officially launched in the state of Wyoming, allowing bettors to download the FanDuel Sportsbook app for iOS and Android, or via desktop to place their wagers online in the state. 

Sports fans will now be able to bet on professional and college football, basketball, baseball, hockey, golf, MMA, boxing, soccer, and tennis with a variety of betting and payment options available. 

Wyoming is now the 15th state in the United States in which FanDuel Sportsbook operates, including Arizona, Colorado, Connecticut, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Louisiana, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Virginia and West Virginia.

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Welcome aboard 🤑

Download the app to get started 📲
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— FanDuel Sportsbook (@FDSportsbook) March 10, 2022

The FanDuel Sportsbook app offers Same Game Parlay Plus, where players can combine Same Game Parlay bets from one game with bets from other games; safe and secure banking, payouts and a Cash-Out early feature; and an online betting guide to help customers get acquainted with legal sports betting. 

The company also promotes responsible gaming and encourages customers to enable tools to manage their own online wagering, which are available on the app and include deposit limit options, wager limit, time limit, time out, self-exclusion and more. 

The OFFICIAL first bet in Wyoming:

$25 on Michigan -3 vs. Indiana 👀

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— FanDuel Sportsbook (@FDSportsbook) March 10, 2022

Shortly after the launch of the Wyoming sports betting market, the Wyoming Gaming Commission expressed it aimed to expand the market by the end of 2021, anticipating brands coming into the state such as FanDuel, as well as Penn National and more. 

David Carpenter, project manager of sports wagering for the Wyoming Gaming Commission, said he expects to see the end of 2022 with a number of active operators in the state closer to 10.