Arizona Sports Betting Launch: Live Sportsbook Apps

Sports betting is finally here in Arizona. Sports lovers and bettors across the state have been anticipating the launch and it is just in time to place bets on the new football season. We have the breakdown of which sportsbooks have launched in Arizona.

Live Sportsbook Apps

Partnerships between sportsbooks and local sports franchises and tribal casinos have been forming since the announcement of the launch of sports betting back in April. Now, after the Arizona Department of Gaming has granted the following sportsbook apps a license, these apps are available in the state or will launch shortly.

*Live apps

It is worth mentioning that the Arizona Coyotes, the Navajo Nation, and the Tohono O’odham Nation have been granted a license, but have not announced a sportsbook partnership yet.

See our Full Guide To Arizona Sports Betting Apps To Learn More

Getting Started

To get started, check out which apps offer the best bonus for you. Next, download the apps that you are interested in. Browse the lines and choose which app or apps you want to use to start wagering.

You will need to register to start placing bets. Registration requires your name, DOB, social security number, and other information. The app will check your identity to verify you are 21-years-old or older.

Learn about the Best Arizona Sportsbook Bonus Offers Available Now

Retail Sportsbooks To Open

On top of sportsbook apps, there are some kiosks available as places finalize the construction of custom-built retail sportsbooks. Casinos may even have counter wagering available until the official retail sportsbooks launch.

The following spots are expected to have kiosks, counter wagering, or a retail sportsbook on

September 9:

  • Caesars kiosks at Chase Field (five on northside of plaza and available at box office windows 21-25)
  • BetMGM kiosks at Gila River Hotels & Casinos: Lone Butte (Chandler), Vee Quiva (Laveen), Wild Horse Pass (Chandler)

    The following retail sportsbooks are expected to open by the end of 2021:

    • FanDuel at Footprint Center
    • BetMGM at all three Gila River Hotels & Casinos
    • Betfred at We-Ko-Pa Casino Resort in Fort McDowell

    The following retail sportsbooks are expected to open in 2022:

    • BetMGM at State Farm Stadium
    • Caesars near Chase Field
    • DraftKings at TPC Scottsdale (possibly 2023)

    What To Expect From Arizona Sports Betting?

    With Arizona home to five major sports teams, it is a prime location for sports and now sports betting.

    It is no surprise that sports betting is expected to become a huge success across the state. Our revenues analyst, Geoff Fisk, has reported that the state can expect $252 million each year thanks to sports betting. 

    We expect that once the retail sportsbooks start to open, the projected revenue will increase. Major sports events are coming to Arizona in the next few years, including the Final Four and the Super Bowl in 2023. With a retail sportsbook inside State Farm Stadium, you can expect a spike in sports betting during these events.

    About the Author

    Calli Varner

    Calli is the editor and senior contributor of As a football fanatic and lifelong resident of Arizona, she proudly cheers on the Arizona Cardinals. But her heart belongs to her number one team, the Kansas City Chiefs. (Go Chiefs Kingdom!) You can follow Calli on Twitter at @CalliDoesSports.