The state of Wyoming has legalised sports betting after Governor Mark Gordon signed House Bill 0133 into law yesterday (5 April).
The bill was introduced in February by six state representatives and two senators.
Under the bill, Wyoming’s Gambling Commission will regulate betting, with licenses available to vendors operating in at least three US jurisdictions.
Initial sports betting operator permits would cost $100,000 and remain valid for five years, after which licensees would need to pay a renewal fee of $50,000.
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