Colorado Division Of Gaming Records New Sports Betting RecordThe state tallied a new record for total sports betting proceeds in October, taking in nearly $10 million in one month.
Over $181 Million Was Wagered On Sports In Colorado In July According To Division Of GamingJuly was a busy month in the state for sports bettors with over $181 million in wagers placed a 206% increase from this time last year.
Sports Betting Wagers In Colorado Reached The $2 Billion Mark In MarchIn a sign that Coloradans are fully embracing legalized sports betting, the state reached yet another milestone last month.
Colorado Native Eli Sawaged Plans To Pay It Forward After 10-Team Parlay Turned $10 Bet Into $33,000Colorado native Eli Sawaged had the sports betting sweat, and ultimately the sports betting win, of his life a week ago during the NCAA men's basketball tournament.
With Sports Betting Legal In Colorado, March Madness Welcomed Back With Renewed EnthusiasmIn Colorado's gambling towns and online, the wagers and money are flowing in during March Madness.
Think The Broncos Could Win Super Bowl In 2022? A Bet Could Pay Off HandsomelyThe Broncos are being given long odds to win the Super Bowl next year by sportsbooks, which could be a benefit to fans if they believe the team can win.
People In Colorado Bet $63.5 Million On Table Tennis In 2020Table tennis continues to be a heavy hitter when it comes to sports betting in Colorado.
Sports Betting Scores New Colorado Record in OctoberThe Colorado Department of Revenue says people wagered more than $210 million in October.
Despite Millions On The Line, Sports Betting In Colorado Is Collecting Less State Revenue Than You'd ThinkDespite the pandemic's hit on the sports industry, sports betting participation is exceeding expectations in its infancy in Colorado, but the amount of money it's making for the state is surprisingly low. Here's why: