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Sports Betting In Green Bay

WisconsinGreen Bay is one of the best sports towns in the country thanks to the Packers and the traditions that Green Bay fans enjoy every Sunday. While there are no other professional sports in Green Bay, residents can engage in Wisconsin sports betting through several different licensed offshore sportsbooks.

Wisconsin bettors can bet on the Packers or any other notable sports teams on these sites without breaking any laws. This page has content specific to WI residents and is designed to be an educational resource on the legalities of offshore betting, the best sportsbooks to use and more.

Is Sports Betting Legal In Green Bay, WI?

Federal Laws In Play

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2 federal American gambling laws shape the legal framework on sports betting in the United States. These laws cover each base with sports gambling, including physical, online and the financial side of the market. These laws are known as:

  • Federal Wire Act
  • The Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act (UIGEA)

The Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act blocked 46 states, including Wisconsin, from hosting any regulated betting forms when it was enacted. This meant that Wisconsin could not authorize and physical betting destinations (like the brick-and-mortar sportsbooks found in Las Vegas, Nevada). PASPA was repealed by the SCOTUS in 2018, allowing states to pass their own domestic sports betting laws.

The Federal Wire Act bans US-based gambling entities from accepting wagers, information, and gaming data across state lines - this is currently being challenged by states.

The Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act watches over banks and other financial institutions and how they handle transactions with digital gambling websites. There are no instances of licensed offshore sportsbooks being mentioned anywhere in these laws. Technically, they are outside US jurisdiction is given their offshore status.

Wisconsin has no state laws barring residents from using these sanctioned brands.

 Most Trusted Sportsbooks That Accept Green Bay, WI Residents

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Our team of online gambling insiders has put in a lot of time and research into figuring out which brands are USA friendly. We compiled our findings into the table below, which displays the best available sportsbooks accepting Wisconsin residents. There are certain criteria that brands must meet to achieve legitimate status, including:

  • Legal licensing
  • Regulation
  • Betting line selection
  • Wagering type variance
  • Strong security profiles
  • Reliable customer support
  • Generous bonus incentives
  • USA-friendly banking options
  • Mobile/live betting capabilities

Our recommended sportsbooks are highly regarded by both industry insiders and bettors alike. With at least 10 years of experience, these operators do business with millions of international bettors on a daily basis. Click the links provided in the table to be redirected to the sportsbook site(s).

There is no obligation to register for an account or place any wagers.

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Green Bay, Wisconsin Sports Betting FAQs

Any Green Bay, Wisconsin Teams With A Chance Of Winning A Championship?

Normally, yes. However, Aaron Rodgers has to stay healthy. Last year Aaron went out and his team suffered.

While he should be 100% going into next season, it is hard to say how the year will work out for them after he missed almost a full year. Green Bay is always strong and a bet on them would always be a wise bet with Aaron Rodger on the field.

How Does Mobile Betting Work?

You can access mobile versions of our recommended sportsbooks through web-based applications. There is no native app download necessary. These sites are accessible via your device’s browser and all Apple, Android, Windows and Blackberry devices are compatible for use.

Design and operational elements are kept consistent across varying screen size dimensions thanks to responsive design technology. Keep an eye out for exclusive mobile bonuses, however, the betting lines and wagering types are the same as the desktop version.

Can I Bet On Teams Outside Of My State?

Yes. There are no rules or restrictions limiting your betting options to teams within your state like those in Milwaukee. Green Bay, WI residents can place wagers on any team in the NFL, NBA, NHL, MLB or NCAA. There are also international betting lines available for those who follow sports abroad.

Can I Have Accounts With Multiple Sportsbooks?

Yes. Bettors are not limited to using only one sportsbook. While odds are pretty consistent across different sites, having accounts with multiple sportsbooks expands your access to betting lines and bonuses.

You are not charged any monthly subscription fees or anything like that, so it does not cost anything to host an account.

Can I Use My Credit Card To Make A Deposit?

Yes. Visa and MasterCard credit/debit cards are acceptable deposit methods for our recommended sites. In some cases, American Express is accepted.

Other US friendly deposit methods include wire transfers, prepaid options, and cryptocurrencies. There may be other transaction methods available, but these are the most common. Withdrawal methods are more limited and typically include checks and cryptocurrencies.

Sports Teams In Green Bay, WI

Green Bay Packers (NFL)

The Green Bay Packers were founded in 1919 and is the third-oldest franchise in the NFL. The team currently competes in the NFC North, plays home games at Lambeau Field, and are the only non-profit, community-owned major professional sports team located in the United States.

The Packers have won 18 division titles along with 13 league championships, nine Pre-Super Bowl era NFL Championships and four Super Bowls.

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