The Future of Montana’s Sports Betting: Guide to Online & Retail Sportsbooks in 2023

Montana Legal Sports Betting Overview

MT Sports Betting Law Details


  • Retail Sports Betting Launch Date: March 11, 2020
  • Online Sports Betting Launch Date: March 11, 2020
  • Licensed Sportsbooks: SportsBet Montana
  • Legal Wagering Options: Futures, moneylines, parlays, point spreads, same game parlays, teasers, totals
  • Legal Gambling Age in MT: 18+
  • Sports to Bet On: NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL, soccer, tennis, golf, boxing, cycling, MMA, NASCAR, rugby, cricket, Aussie Rules, darts, Formula 1, IndyCar, college sports
  • Permitted Banking Options: Mastercard, Play+, Visa, Automated Clearing House (ACH), debit card
  • Montana Gambling Regulator: Montana Lottery

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Montana took a unique approach to legalize sports betting by launching SportsBet Montana. This is the only permitted sportsbook in Montana, operated in partnership with Intralot. On May 3, 2019, Governor Steve Bullock signed HB 725, and in March 2020, both retail and online sports betting became available under the regulation of Montana Lottery. Betting kiosks can be found at thousands of lottery locations, allowing bets up to $250. In addition, several bars and casinos partnered with the Montana Lottery allow wagers up to $1000 using the SportsBet Montana app. However, you must be at a partnered retail location to place a wager. Daily Fantasy Sports (DFS) games are not available in Montana, but online horse racing betting is permitted through sites like TwinSpires, TVG, and XpressBet. This comprehensive guide will provide detailed information about sports betting in the Treasure State, including legislation, state gambling laws, restrictions on betting, and a review of SportsBet Montana.


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