Wyoming Pari-Mutuel Commission
Energy II Building, 951 Werner Court, Suite 335 | Casper, WY 82601
Phone: 307.265.4015 | Fax: 307.265.4279
Due to a scrivener's error in the 2021 legislation, the Agency is currently named the "Pari-Mutuel" Commission, rather than the "Gaming" Commission, until such time that a legislative correction is made. This does not affect the Agency's day-to-day operations, or its administration of Wyoming's gaming laws.
The primary mission of the Wyoming Pari-Mutuel Commission is the protection of the wagering public and the health, safety, and welfare of the participants in all lawful gaming and pari-mutuel activity.
The Wyoming Pari-Mutuel Commission will maintain public confidence in the integrity of the gaming environment by operating in a fair and diligent manner and will be responsive, proactive and known for our expertise, efficiency and professionalism, while responding effectively to the evolving gaming industry.
Integrity, Humility, Service, Professionalism, Responsibility, Efficiency, Accountability, Transparency, Fairness, Honesty, Quality
Due to unforeseen circumstances, the November 4/5th, 2021 meeting has been rescheduled for November 18/19th, 2021, the meeting will be held as an in-person meeting with the ability to participate via Zoom/YouTube. For more details, click here.
Historic Horse Racing Distributions
Historic Horse Racing distributions made to Wyoming Cities and Counties totaled $4,783,789.63 in the first six (6) months of 2021. The largest distribution was made to Natrona County, in the amount of $740,835.87.
August 16, 2021
Skill-based Amusement Games Distributions
Skill-based Amusement Games distributions for the first six (6) months of 2021 were made in the amount of $2,342,893.86. Of the cities/towns and county distributions, the largest was made to Laramie County, in the amount of $84,521.08.
August 16, 2021
Online Sports Wagering Permit Applications Now Available:
Skill Based Amusement Game Tax RevenuesCasper, WY - As the popularity of the games increases, so do the tax revenues. First-quarter tax revenues generated $1,180,215.59, with the following distribution formula: 45% to the local municipalities, 45% to the School Foundation, and 10% to the gaming account.
May 27, 2021April 20, 2021
Apr 12, 2021September 25, 2020
May 1, 2020
The Wyoming Pari-Mutuel Commission is a proud member of the following Associations: