Прогнозы на спорт DraftKings Wyoming Offers $100 Free Bet For Pre-Launch Signup 21.07.2021 0 12 Facebook VK Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Linkedin ReddIt Tumblr Telegram Mix Digg LINE Viber Naver Email Print Online sports betting is expected to launch this fall in Wyoming, and DraftKings sportsbook is out of the gate early with a pre-launch signup offer for new customers in that state. If you are in Wyoming and sign up now for a new DraftKings account, you will receive a $100 free bet when the DraftKings mobile product is launched and operating in the state. Eligible players must complete a full sportsbook registration process and opt-in upon signup to receive the free bet. >>>Claim the DraftKings Wyoming Offer Here DraftKings is a major player in every state where it operates, and we expect the same to hold true in Wyoming. Read our DraftKings Sportsbook Review to learn more about the operator and be sure to bookmark our DraftKings promo code page for all the latest offers. Terms and conditions do apply, of course, to the Wyoming signup offer: Free bet must be used within 7 days Free bet amount is not included in any returns or winnings (for example, if you bet the $100 on a +200 moneyline and win, you keep the $200 winnings but not the $100 stake) Free bet is not redeemable for cash Limit one offer per player Promo ends when DraftKings goes live DraftKings is also offering Wyoming players numerous prediction pools leading up to Wyoming’s official launch. All users can play for free for thousands in prizes until the site is launched in the state. Wyoming Taking Sports Betting License Applications Last week, the Wyoming Gaming Commission announced that popular operators, including DraftKings, FanDuel sportsbook and BetMGM sportsbook, had submitted letters of intent to apply for licenses in the state. Early projections for the market estimate its size to be about $450 million, meaning potential revenue for the state of between $2.23 million to $4.7 million annually. Wyoming’s current target for launching is Sept. 1, marking a stunningly fast process of less than five months since Gov. Mark Gordon signed HB 133 into law in April. Under the bill, Wyoming must have a minimum of five online sportsbook licenses. There is no cap on the number of licenses. DraftKings is also expected to launch an Arizona sports betting site this fall.