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In November 2019, Proposition DD was passed with a vote of the people allowing for legalizing sports betting in Colorado, making Colorado one of many states now letting people place bets on sporting events since the Supreme Court ruling struck down a law that banned sports betting in most U.S. states. With the passage of Proposition DD, and the legislative bill passed by the Colorado General Assembly in May 2019, the Colorado Limited Gaming Control Commission and the Colorado Division of Gaming are the statutory authority over the regulation of the legalized sports betting in Colorado.
In anticipation of the passage of the proposition, the Division of Gaming has been reviewing best practices and regulations from other states already allowing legalized sports betting and will be using this knowledge, along with engaging industry stakeholders, to establish rules and licensing standards for sports betting in Colorado. Since 1991, the Division of Gaming and the Colorado Limited Gaming Control Commission have overseen a strong and robust industry of limited stakes gaming in Colorado, and the Division will apply the same successful regulation model to ensure the integrity of the sports betting industry.
How do I apply for a Sports Betting License?
What is the Colorado Limited Gaming Control Commission?
When are the Sports Betting Stakeholder and Rulemaking Meetings?
Where do I find the Sports Betting Rule and Regulations?
How can I access the Sports Catalog to see what bets are authorized?
How can I view the enabling legislation: Colorado General Assembly HB19-1327?
How Can I submit a Colorado Open Record Request?
Who do I contact if I am a member of the media?
Who can I contact when I have questions?
Media Release 11/7/2019: Colorado voters pass Proposition DD allowing for legalized sports betting in Colorado
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Members of the media may contact the Enforcement Division Media Center for all inquiries regarding sports betting.
House Rule Guidelines
Internal Control Guidelines
On April 16, 2020, the Colorado Limited Gaming Control Commission approved the following Operating Fees for Sports Betting:
Internet Sports Betting Operator Licensee OR Master Licensee conducting internet sports betting: $54,000
Sports Betting Operator Licensee OR Master Licensee conducting retail sports betting: $12,500
*These fees are set for the Fiscal Year 2020; taking effect May 1, 2020 through June 30, 2020.
Contact the Division of Gaming
Enforcement Media Center
Patron Complaints: Complaint by Sports Betting Patron Form
Future Commission meeting dates
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