The Division of Gaming held a Stakeholder Rulemaking Workshop on Thursday, July 25, 2019 to discuss the proposed changes linked below. 

Colorado Revised Statue 24-4-103.3 requires State agencies to review all agency Rules at least once every five years. Rules 1 and 12 have been reviewed this year and the Division is proposing changes for the sake of consistency and clarification and to fix minor errors. Further changes to Rule 12 are proposed to update the language to reflect current practices and to allow for emerging technologies.  Stakeholders are welcome to suggest additional changes to these Rules.

The Division is soliciting input from stakeholders regarding the proposed Rule changes.  All stakeholders are invited to attend the Rulemaking Workshop. Written comments and questions are welcome through October 31, 2019. Any stakeholder that prefers to participate in this rulemaking process in writing, can either mail comments to the Division at the Golden Gaming office, or send them via e-mail to

Proposed changes to Rules 1 and 12 - Updated 10/2/2019

On June 20, 2019, the Colorado Limited Gaming Control Commission voted unanimously to adopt the proposed change to Rule 2, 3, and 10.  These rules changes became effective as of 8/14/19.

Proposed changes to Rules 2, 3, and 10

All current Rules and Regulations

To suggest changes to Gaming Rules and Regulations please submit a Suggested Rule Revision form (found here) to Rules Manager Ronni Hunter at

Department of Revenue rulemaking information, and legal notices can be found here.


Division of Gaming
2019 Rule Review Plan
pursuant to Executive Order D 2012-002, Senate Bill 14-063 and DOR Policy DOR-505
Purpose: Review 20% of all rules each year
Rule 1 General Rules and Regulations
Rule 2 Powers and Duties of Commission and Director
Rule 3 Applications, Investigations and Licensure
Rule 12 Gaming Devices and Equipment
Rule 18 Contracts and Formal Agreements Between the Commission and Other State Agencies
Rule 19 Gaming Districts
NOTE:  Each Year the Division also reviews the portion of Rule 3 that deals with licensing and background fees, and the portion of Rule 14 that deals with gaming taxes.