Washington Sports Betting

Find Out What You Need to Know about Sports Betting in The Evergreen State
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Current Sportsbooks in Washington

With sports betting in Washington currently limited to only on tribal land, it is important to note exactly what that means. Washington residents that wish to bet on sports will need to be physically located at one of the state’s 30 tribal casinos, with the exception of Snoqualmie Casino (which recently launched its own mobile sports betting app).

While this clearly is not the final outcome Washington state residents were hoping for, as the bill does not allow for mobile betting, the good news is there is no shortage of tribal casinos in the state. Additionally, mobile betting is likely to be added within the year, the state is simply giving the casinos a head start at building an existing player pool. Below is the complete list of casinos currently operating in Washington.

CasinoOperatorSports Betting
Angel of the Winds Casino in ArlingtonStillaguamish Tribe of IndiansYes
Chewelah Casino in ChewelahSpokane Tribe of IndiansNo
Clearwater Casino and Resort in SuquamishSuquamish TribeYes
Coulee Dam Casino in Coulee DamConfederated Tribes of the Colville ReservationNo
Elwha River Casino in Port AngelesLower Elwha Klallam TribeNo
Emerald Queen Casino in TacomaPuyallup TribeYes
Emerald Queen Casino at Fife in FifePuyallup TribeNo
Ilani Casino in RidgefieldCowlitz Indian TribeNo
Legends Casino in ToppenishConfederated Tribes and Bands of the Yakama NationNo
Little Creek Casino Resort in SheltonSquaxin Island TribeNo
Lucky Eagle Casino in RochesterConfederated Tribes of the Chehlis ReservationNo
Mill Bay Casino in MansonConfederated Tribes of the Colville ReservationNo
Muckleshoot Indian Casino in AuburnMuckleshoot TribeYes
Nooksack Northwood Casino in LyndenNooksack Indian TribeNo
Northern Lights Casino in AnacortesSwinomish Indian Tribal CommunityNo
Northern Quest Casino in Airway HeightsKalispel Tribe of IndiansYes
Okanogan Bingo-Casino in OkanoganConfederated Tribes of the Colville ReservationNo
Point-No-Point Casino in KingstonPort Gamble S’Klallam TribeNo
Quil Ceda Creek Casino in TulalipTulalip TribesYes
Quinault Beach Resort and Casino in Ocean ShoresQuinault Indian NationNo
Red Wind Casino in OlympiaNisqually Indian TribeNo
Seven Cedars Casino in SequimJamestown S’Klallam TribeNo
Shoalwater Bay Casino in TokelandShoalwater Bay Indian TribeNo
Silver Reef Casino in FerndaleLummi NationNo
Skagit Valley Casino Resort in BowUpper Skagit Indian TribeNo
Snoqualmie Casino in SnoqualmieSnoqualmie Indian TribeYes
The Lucky Dog Casino in SkokomishSkokomish Indian TribeNo
12 Tribes Resort Casino in OmakConfederated Tribes of the Colville ReservationNo
Tulalip Resort Casino in TulalipTulalip TribesYes
Two Rivers Casino in DavenportSpokane Tribe of IndiansNo

Sports Betting Legislation in Washington

Washington became the 21st US state to legalize sports betting on March 25th, 2020. Governor Jay Inslee signed a sports betting bill into law, allowing sportsbooks to open at tribal casinos throughout the state of Washington. Find out everything you need to know about the Washington sports betting laws here.

Washington Sports Betting Details

Start DateMarch 25th, 2020
Legal Age to Bet21
Online/In App BettingYes
Maximum BetNo Limit
Corresponding BillHB-2638
Eligible SportsbooksLimited to sportsbooks at Washington’s tribal casinos.
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Washington Sports Betting FAQs

Below are answers to the questions we receive most often regarding legal sports betting in the state of Washington. We keep these questions updated daily with the current gambling laws in WA.

Is sports betting legal in Washington?

In Washington, sports betting is limited to the state’s tribal casinos. All bets must take place on tribal lands and mobile sports betting is only allowed via a tribe’s app while the bettor is physically in the casino.

Is mobile sports betting legal in Washington?

Only while you’re physically located inside a tribal casino.

Are FanDuel and DraftKings available in Washington?

Yes, you can play daily fantasy sports on FanDuel and DraftKings in the state of Washington. The FanDuel sportsbook and DraftKings sportsbook are not yet available, but will likely enter the market once the state legalizes mobile sports betting.

What sports can you bet on in Washington?

Washington residents are able to bet on every major sport including NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL, PGA, major college sports, UFC, boxing, and more. That being said, Washington residents are not allowed to bet on the local college sports teams.

What bet types can you place in Washington?

You can place every type of bet in the state of Washington. This includes straight bets, totals, spreads, props, parlays, and teasers.

What is the current legal gambling age?

The legal gambling age is 18 in the state of Washington. That being said, if the tribal casino and sportsbook serve alcohol, the legal age changes to 21.

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