Oneida Casino in Wyoming will soon be online and will offer online slot machines and video poker, according to the Wyoming Department of Economic Development.
The online gambling center is expected to open by the end of the year, according a release from the Department.
The casino also plans to open a casino lounge and will begin offering slot machines by the beginning of the fall, according the release.
The company will also offer video poker games and other games, according in the release, which was obtained by Fox News.
The state has been working on the project for about a year, with the first casino opening last fall.
Wyoming has also opened an online casino in nearby Idaho.
The Idaho state Department of Gaming, which oversees online gambling in the state, is overseeing the Oneida project, according an official statement from the department.
Oneida is one of a handful of states that have announced plans to offer online gambling.
Colorado opened its first casino in 2015.
Nevada, which opened a casino in Nevada last year, also plans online gambling and other casino offerings, according CNN.
In 2018, Nevada was the first state to allow online poker in casinos, according Reuters.
Other states are planning to open gambling sites to the public this year, including Nevada and California.
One of the biggest challenges with online gambling is making sure it’s not being abused.
Online gambling has been growing rapidly, with an estimated 10 million online gamers at any given time, according USA Today.
More than $8 billion has been spent in the U.S. on online gaming last year alone.
According to a study by the Entertainment Software Association, online gaming revenue has nearly doubled since 2011, while the number of games played per user has risen from 7 billion in 2011 to 10 billion last year.
The study also found that the number and type of slots played in casinos have also increased dramatically, with more than $10 billion spent on slots over the last 10 years.