Sports betting brought in record high tax revenue for Colorado in October, driven by betting on professional football and playoff baseball.
Colorado bettors wagered more than $210 million on sports in casinos and online in October, generating $824,700 in taxes for the state, the Department of Revenue’s Division of Gaming announced Monday. That is the largest amount collected in a single month since legal sports betting launched May 1 in the state.
- October tax revenues were 91.5% higher than September’s results.
- More than $67.9 million was bet on the National Football League, according to state data ...