Bloomberg Tax
June 8, 2020, 9:58 PM

Colorado Sports Betting Off to Slow Start With Leagues Shuttered

Tripp Baltz
Tripp Baltz
Staff Correspondent

Sports betting in Colorado got off to a slow start in May, in part because there are very few contests to wager on and because all the state’s casinos are closed.

That could change next week, when the gaming halls in at least two of Colorado’s legal gambling towns will open on a limited basis after several weeks of virus-induced shutdown.

The casinos in Black Hawk and Central City will open up to offer slots, and possibly sports betting, starting June 17, Ron Engels, Gilpin County commissioner, told Bloomberg Tax on Monday. The Colorado Department of ...

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