Is It Legal To Bet In Arizona?

NO! Sports betting - either in-person or online - has not yet been legalized by the State.

When Will It Be Legal To Bet In Arizona?

Allowing tribes within the State to accept sports bets is currently under consideration and it could be given the go-ahead in 2021.

However, no ground appears to have been made on the possible legalization of online sports betting.

Can I Bet In Other States While It Is Banned In Arizona?

Most States that allow in-person and online gambling do not require you to be a resident in order to place a bet. However, you must register and place your bets within State lines, and you must also be aged 21 or older.

At present three of Arizona's neighboring States offer either retail betting or online betting – Colorado, Nevada and New Mexico. New Mexico is currently limited to retail betting while Colorado and Nevada both allow in-person and online betting.

For the latest rules & regulations for betting in any of those States click on the links below:

Arizona Betting FAQs

Can I bet legally in Arizona?

No, but tribes could get the green light to offer sports betting before the end of 2021.

How old do I have to be to bet in Arizona?

Betting in Arizona is not yet legal, but to bet in legalized States you must be 21 or older.

Is online sports betting available in Arizona?

No. Online sports betting remains illegal in the State.

What can I do if I feel I have a betting addiction?

You can call the National Council of Problem Gambling helpline at 1-800-522-4700 or text 1-800-522-4700. You can also live chat at ncpgambling.org/chat.

Can I bet legally in other States?

Check out our State-by-State guide to betting in the United States of America by clicking on the link.

Where can I learn more about Arizona betting laws?

Visit the official website for the Arizona State Government for more information on Arizona betting laws.