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Colorado Sports Betting

Colorado Sports Betting Legalization News

Legalized sports betting arrived Colorado May 1 2020. Voters approved the legislation to enact sports gambling (Proposition DD) in November 2019, and the betting infrastructure was finalized May 1.

The State also voted on a 10 per cent sports betting tax, which sits on the lower end of the spectrum around the country. They also voted that only venues currently licensed to offering gambling will be permitted to have the limited amount of issued licenses.

Is sports betting legal in Colorado?

Yes. Voters approved bill HB19-1327 in November and the first sports bets took place in May 2020. There are now several online sportsbooks where Colorado residents can legally bet on their favorite teams.

Where can I bet at Colorado sportsbooks?

There are currently 33 casinos in Colorado, all of which are eligible for “master licenses,” which allows them to partner with a “sports betting operator” or “online sports betting operator.” The usual suspects – DraftKings, FanDuel, BetRivers, FoxBet and others – were quickly up and taking online registrations and paying out winners.

What about mobile sports betting apps in Colorado?

As Colorado casinos have yet to formalize receiving “master licenses,” the list of mobile sports betting apps available in the state is still unknown, though FanDuel and DraftKings have both partnered with Twin River Worldwide Holdings, which owns four properties in Colorado.

As well, the Double Eagle Hotel and Casino has partnered with PointsBet, while the owner of Bronco Billy’s Casino has partnered with Smarkets, Wynn and BetAmerica. Saratoga Casino has teamed up with Betfred, Century Casino with Circa and the owner of the Gilpin Casino have linked with theScore Bet, but it has yet to be determined how extensive of a mobile offering they will all have.

What is the legal sports betting age in Colorado?

Currently, you must be 21 years old to place a bet in Colorado.

Who is allowed to offer Colorado sports betting?

There will be three classes of sports betting licenses in Colorado – a “master license,” “sports betting operator” and “online sports betting operator.” Only currently registered casinos are eligible for a “master license,” which allows them to partner with one of both of the other licensed operators.

Who regulates or licenses Colorado sports betting?

Sports betting will be regulated by the Colorado Department of Revenue, subject to supervision by the existing limited gaming control commission, as per House Bill 19-1327.

What sports will be favorites of Colorado sports bettors?

Football fans will surely enjoy being able to bet on their hometown NFL team, the Denver Broncos, while NCAA fans will lean mostly towards the University of Colorado Buffaloes and the Colorado State Rams. For hockey fans there is the Colorado Avalanche, while basketball bettors have the Denver Nuggets for action.

The Colorado Rockies will be a top betting choice for MLB fans.