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Gaming regulators approved 32 more licenses related to Colorado sports betting, including six online operators and eight casinos.
Colorado sports betting offers the levelest playing field of any US market yet, and success here could prove telling about the future for the industry.
This week's sports betting news roundup includes two jurisdictions that still plan to launch sports betting without sports and a postponed Kentucky Derby.
Regulators are still working toward a May 1 launch date for Colorado sports betting. Whether that target is met or not will likely be decided...
A special licensing-only meeting for Colorado sports betting applicants will be held Thursday due to a "high volume" of license requests.
PointsBet will expand to its third state next month when it launches in Indiana before the NCAA March Madness tournament.
Circa Sports says sportsbook performance has been so good since launch in June 2019, it would be "disadvantageous" not to expand as quickly as possible
The first Colorado sports betting licenses and permanent rules were finalized by Colorado's Limited Gaming Control Commission Thursday.
More than 75% of bets placed via theScore Bet app originated from the company's broad-reaching media app.
Two of the biggest US sportsbooks, FanDuel and DraftKings, will make their splash into Colorado sports betting through Twin River.