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Gambling.com Gets Colorado Approval

Written by:
Aaron Goldstein
Published on:
Apr/30/2020

Top US gambling affiiliate Gambling.com has been approved for marketing of sports betting sites in the state of Colorado.


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Officially, Colorado sports wagering is set to begin May 1 even though there are few sports to bet on outside of Russian table tennis, some horse races and a ton of futures. 

Some 17 apps have been given the green light to take bets from anywhere within Colorado's borders.

"As more states move to legalize sports betting, we will be there in each state to ensure bettors are aware of the differences between locally regulated and offshore options," said Charles Gillespie, Chief Executive of Gambling.com Group. "Whether you're a Broncos, Rockies, Avalanche or Nuggets fan, our team of journalists, analysts and handicappers will give Colorado sports fans the best chance to beat the sportsbooks in what will surely be one of the most exciting sports betting markets in America."

Colorado voters narrowly approved a measure allow sports gambling in the state.  While mobile and online wagering will be allowed from anywhere within Colorado, in-person bets can only be taken at a handful of established casino venues.

Bookies and Pay Per Head agents in the state will likely continue to thrive as none of the licensed betting firms are permitted to extend credit.

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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