Wisconsin Sportsbooks

Wisconsin Sportsbook Locations

Where can I make a sports bet in Wisconsin?

Oneida Casino complex is the only retail sports betting option in Wisconsin. Bovada is the most popular online sportsbook in Wisconsin as it is located just across the border in Canada. Wisconsin sportsbook locations are basically Green Bay or your phone.

Wisconsin Sports Teams to bet on at Bovada

Wisconsin is best known as a football state thanks to the Green Bay Packers and Wisconsin Badgers. However, there are also NBA & MLB teams in Wisconsin to mage a wager on at Bovada.

NFL Betting on the Green Bay Packers

The Green Bay Packers are in a relatively small market home of Green Bay, playing outside at the legendary Lambeau Field, and remain the only non-profit and community-owned franchises in the NFL. There are all types of wagers available for Packers fans to bet on:

  • Money Lines
  • Spreads / Totals
  • Player Prop Bets
  • Same Game Parlays

NBA Betting on the Milwaukee Bucks

The Milwaukee Bucks bets are available online at MyBookie, Bovada and BetOnline. All three sportsbooks offer spread, money line, totals and, player prop bets. You can also bet from home on all three by using your phone or computer.

MLB Betting on the Milwaukee Brewers

The Milwaukee Brewers betting lines are up everyday. Bet on who will win the game? Of course but you can also wager on who will hit a home run or how many strikeouts a pitcher will get. You can even parlay some of these wagers to get a really big payout at offshore sportsbooks.

University of Wisconsin-Madison Badgers

Want to make a bet on college sports?

College Sports Betting on Badgers Football

How many games will they win this season? You can put your money where your mouth is and place a wager on the win total. There also game spreads and totals to wager on. What about college football player prop bets? Yes, every week you will be able to wager on how well a player will do. The action never ends if you have an offshore account.

College Sports Betting on Badgers Basketball

Every game will have spreads and totals wagering available. Do you know your Badger basket ball? Prove it. Make some money off of it. Do you have books and tuition to pay? Then leverage your basketball knowledge and make some money to pay the bills. Afraid to? Get a fat welcome bonus and try wagering with the sportsbooks money.

Wisconsin Sportsbook Locations are not convenient

If you want to wager then head to Green Bay. Have a good time making that drive every week. However, if you just want a little action while sitting at home watching the games or at a sports bar with some friends. Then try BetOnline or MyBookie.

Wisconsin Sportsbook Reviews

BetOnline
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4.60 Rating
Bovada
Bovada Sportsbook
4.64 Rating
BUSR
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4.36 Rating
MyBookie
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4.69 Rating
Sportsbetting.ag
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4.67 Rating
Sportsbook.com
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Xbet
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4.41 Rating

Wisconsin Retail & Online Sportsbooks

History of Sports Betting in Wisconsin

Wisconsin has yet to formally legalize sports betting at the state level, despite the popularity of sports games and the presence of dedicated sports fans in the state

The national ban on sports betting was lifted in 2018, following a Supreme Court decision that allowed states to legalize gambling on sports. As of 2023, only the Oneida Casino in Green Bay offers retail sports betting in Wisconsin

Recent Developments

  • Wisconsin residents have been crossing state lines to neighboring states like Illinois, Iowa, and Michigan to legally place bets on sports games from their phones
     
  • The legalization of sports betting in neighboring states has raised questions about whether Wisconsin will follow suit and change its laws to allow for broader access to sports wagering
     

Challenges and Considerations

  • Legalizing sports betting at the state level in Wisconsin would require amending the constitution to add an exception to the strict gambling ban outlined in Article IV, Section 24
     
  • Tribal gaming compacts in Wisconsin would also need to be amended to allow for sports betting if the state decides to legalize it statewide
     
  • Concerns about gambling addiction and social harm have been raised as potential consequences of legalizing sports betting, highlighting the need for responsible gambling practices and awareness campaigns

Do you have a gambling problem.

Please contact the National Council on Problem Gambling

1-800-662-4357

Or visit the website NCPGambling.org