North Dakota does not currently have legalized sports betting, nor does it appear like it is going to be a reality any time soon.
The state introduced two bills during the 2019 legislative session, both of which were aimed at legalizing sports betting, but each were struck down.
Only Indian Reservations can operate casinos in North Dakota; as all forms of gambling are prohibited otherwise, except for charitable gaming, a multi-state lottery and horse/dog racing. With the state only having legislature gather every second year, it won’t be until 2021 at the earliest to see legalized sports betting.
Is sports betting legal in North Dakota?
No. Two bills were introduced to legislature last year, one which would allow full legalized sports betting and one just for professional sports. But both failed to gain any traction, with HB1254 passing through the House, but falling in a landslide 38-7 vote in the Senate.
Where can I bet at North Dakota sportsbooks?
Apart from casinos on Native American reservations, North Dakota does not allow gambling, save for charitable gaming, horse/dog racing and a multi-state lottery. Sports betting falls under that category, so there are no available sportsbooks in the state.
DFS games, however, are permissible in North Dakota, with all the major platforms available.
What about mobile sports betting apps in North Dakota?