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DFS pick’em and social sportsbooks in Oklahoma in July 2024

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The future of Oklahoma sports betting

The future of sports betting in Oklahoma is unclear at the moment, but there is undoubtedly an appetite from some lawmakers in the state to push for legalization.

Rep. Ken Luttrell’s HB 1027 gained some momentum and advanced through the House on Mar. 21, 2023, but the bill failed in the Senate after at least one industry source stated there was too big of a gap between Gov. Kevin Stitt and the state’s gaming tribes to get the industry off the ground.

There are two active sports betting bills still live during the 2024 legislative session: HB 1027 leftover from 2023, and SB 1434, a new bill introduced by Sen. Casey Murdock. Sen. Murdock’s bill would implement Gov. Stitt’s previous sports betting plan.

When will online Oklahoma sports betting launch?

It is not clear when sports betting apps might launch in the state and begin offering online sportsbook promos. It is feasible that the industry could get off the ground in Oklahoma sometime in 2024, but the active legislation in the state appears to have stalled.

Legal sports betting options in Oklahoma

Right now, there are no options to place legal bets in Oklahoma.

Any online sportsbooks that claim they can accept bets from someone in Oklahoma at this point are unlicensed offshore operators. That means anyone placing a bet with that operator has no consumer protections through US laws. The book could choose to not pay out a winning bet or close operations without returning customer funds.

Oklahoma’s situation could change quickly depending on what the tribes decide to do, and what the state and federal governments allow.

That number could become drastically bigger if other tribal gaming entities decide to renegotiate their compacts. Oklahoma has 38 federally recognized tribes, 35 of which have signed gaming compacts with the state.

Oklahoma also has the most tribal casinos of any US state with 143 tribal casinos and gaming centers – though it should be noted that not all of those casinos would offer sportsbooks if sports betting became legal.

Oklahoma DFS pick’em and social sportsbooks

While not explicitly legal in state law, daily fantasy sports and social sportsbook operators do accept contest entries from customers in Oklahoma.

Some states have chosen to regulate the companies so they can tax those contests. Other state attorneys general have said the contests are outright illegal.

Oklahoma offers less clarity, and PrizePicks, Underdog, DraftKings, and FanDuel choose to operate within the state until that arrives.

Fliff Oklahoma

Fliff is a social sportsbook that allows users to follow each other as they would on a social media platform. Users can then compete against each other by making picks using what looks like a traditional sportsbook format but are not required to deposit any money on the app. There are both free and paid experiences on Fliff, and users can earn “Fliff Coins” (no cash value) or “Fliff Cash” (offers the chance to redeem winnings for real money) depending on which format they are using.

PrizePicks Oklahoma

On PrizePicks, users select “more” or “less” on player stat lines provided by the app. This pick’em style DFS platform lets users play a couple of different ways. They can either use the Flex Play format, which gives payouts depending on how many correct picks are made, or the Power Play format, which requires users to get every pick correct to win. Users select between two and six player stats.

Underdog Oklahoma

Underdog has two types of contests available, draft and pick’em, with many variations within those two categories.

Draft contests use the best-ball format following a traditional snake draft. Once the user has picked their team in the draft, they can forget about their roster until the end of the contest. The app does all the work picking the best available lineup from each team’s pool of players, and the winner is the team with the most points at the end of the contest. Contests could be as short as one day of football and as long as the whole season.

Underdog also offers pick’em contests where users select the over/under on between two and five individual player stat lines. There are other variations on these contests, such as choosing who would have more points between two players, with an adjustment. For example, LeBron James +2.5 points vs Steph Curry.

Betr Picks Oklahoma

Betr Picks offers pick’em style contests in a similar format to other picks-style platforms. Betr Picks users pick between two and eight stats and must get all of their picks correct to win. Unlike most other pick’em apps where users select an over/under on a stat line, Betr Picks requires users to select either “yes” or “no” for whether the athlete will go OVER the provided total.

Rebet Oklahoma

Available in 47 states, including Oklahoma, Rebet social sportsbook operates similarly to Fliff. Customers can place wagers using dual virtual currencies — in this case, “Rebet Coins” and “Rebet Cash.” The second of those offers a chance to redeem winnings for real money. As far as the social aspect, the platform offers peer-to-peer wagering and the option for users to “rebet” their friends’ wagers.

Is horse racing legal in Oklahoma?

Yes, horse racing and betting are legal in Oklahoma.

There are three horse racing tracks in Oklahoma:

All three facilities also offer simulcast betting. Remington Park and Will Rogers Downs are tribal-owned and also feature casinos. The Chickasaw Nation operates Remington Park, and the Cherokee Nation operates Will Rogers Downs.

Most popular sports to bet in Oklahoma

It remains to be seen if any future legislation allows for legal betting on in-state college sports (the 2020 compacts did not) as the college teams in the state might be the most popular. The Oklahoma Sooners and the Oklahoma State Cowboys in particular, have incredibly popular football and basketball programs.

NCAA betting in Oklahoma

Betting on other Big 12 college football and basketball games would also be significant if legal as Sooners and Cowboys fans will be familiar with the other teams in the leagues.

NBA betting in Oklahoma

Oklahoma also has one major league professional team, the NBA‘s Oklahoma City Thunder. Thunder games and other NBA games might get more action than other professional leagues.

NFL betting in Oklahoma

The state’s proximity to Texas could lead to significant betting on the NFL‘s Dallas Cowboys and Houston Texans as well. The Cowboys are the most popular NFL team in the state, but Oklahoma fans are also known to root for former Sooners who go on to play in the NFL, like Baker Mayfield and Kyler Murray.

Oklahoma sports betting timeline


Sen. Casey Murdock introduced sports betting bill SB 1434 on Feb. 5, the first day of the 2024 legislative session. Rep. Ken Luttrell and Sen. Bill Coleman also have a bill, HB 1027, still active from 2023.


Rep. Ken Luttrell introduces sports betting bill HB 1027. The bill advanced through the House Committee on Appropriations and Budget.

HB 1027 later fails to clear a Senate committee before a deadline.

Oklahoma Attorney General Gentner Drummond joined a federal lawsuit against Gov. Kevin Stitt. Drummond claims the four Oklahoma gaming compacts signed by Stitt in 2020 were invalid. 

Gov. Stitt announces details of a new legal sports betting plan. The plan would allow retail sportsbooks at tribal casinos but did not include the tribes in the mobile industry.

Anaxi, a real-money gaming company, is launching a mobile, on-premise gaming at the WinStar World Casino in partnership with the Chickasaw Nation.


Rep. Ken Luttrell introduces HB 3008. It dies on the House floor after gaining momentum and passing through committee.


Gov. Kevin Stitt approves sports betting on tribal land by renegotiating two tribal gaming compacts. The compacts, signed with the Comanche Nation and Otoe-Missouria Tribe, permitted betting on all but in-state college teams and in-state college events.

Attorney General Mike Hunter quickly disagrees with the governor’s actions the same day the compacts are announced. He later publishes a formal opinion outlining why Stitt lacks the authority to offer sports betting.

The effort to legalize was sidelined before launch when House Speaker Charles McCall and Senate President Pro Tempore Greg Treat sued Stitt and the court ruled against the Governor and his compacts. 

The governor is reportedly only allowed to authorize tribes to operate games that are listed in the state’s Tribal Gaming Act. Sports betting, or event betting as it’s called in the compacts, is not listed in the Act.


Gov. Stitt and most of Oklahoma’s gaming tribes were in disagreement as to what happened with their gaming compacts Jan. 1, 2020.

Stitt started looking to renegotiate the compacts in 2019 after stating the compacts would expire on Jan. 1, but 29 tribes signed a letter sent to Stitt explaining to him that they believed their compacts would automatically renew on Jan. 1.

The Cherokee, Chickasaw and Chocktaw nations filed a federal lawsuit that was eventually joined by nine other tribes. The Comanche Nation and the Otoe-Missouria Tribe were a part of that lawsuit but dropped out as part of the settlement after renegotiating their compacts.

Stitt would eventually offers sports betting as part of a new compact for multiple tribes, but those tribes turned down the offer, according to a local report citing the Oklahoma Indian Gaming Association.

Oklahoma sports betting FAQ

Is sports betting legal in Oklahoma?

No. Sports betting is not legal in Oklahoma.

Where can I bet on sports in Oklahoma?

There are currently no legal betting options in Oklahoma.

Can I bet on sports on my phone in Oklahoma?

Mobile sports betting is not legal in Oklahoma.

Any website that suggests betting from within Oklahoma is legal is operating without a US license as an offshore sportsbook. Those operations give bettors no consumer protections, meaning there’s no guarantee bets will be paid out. The operations could also close without refunding customer accounts.

Where can I bet on sports at a casino in Oklahoma?

There is no legal sports betting in Oklahoma at the moment.