The seven commissioners in attendance for the meeting, which was conducted via an online video conference, voted unanimously to approve the PointsBet license.
DraftKings and BetMGM began to operate in September, the first month legal online sports betting was permitted in the state, according to David Carpenter, the project manager for online sports betting and skill games at the Wyoming commission.
PointsBet’s timeline uncertain
It is unclear when PointsBet will launch in Wyoming. A spokesman for PointsBet acknowledged the license approval but did not provide a target date for launch. Carpenter said he expected PointsBet’s launch to be “soon” but not immediately.
“I don’t expect it to be a DraftKings situation, where, by the time I walked out of that conference room [for the commission meeting], it was already on,” Carpenter said. “I expect it pretty soon, but I don’t know if they’re going to make it for the Super Bowl.”
PointsBet currently operates online sportsbooks in nine states — Colorado, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, Virginia, and West Virginia.