Is it Legal to Bet the Super Bowl Online From Colorado?

Written by:
Mary Montgomery
Published on:
Feb/02/2019

In May 2018 the U.S. Supreme Court paved the way for sports betting in all 50 states.  Offshore sportsbooks have always been accessible from the great state of Colorado, and will be offering hundreds of prop bets for this year's Super Bowl,  but will the state itself ever allow sportsbooks to operate in-state?

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The short answer is NO.

Colorado lawmakers are in no hurry to legalize sports betting to allow sportsbooks to operate from within the states.  And if they do, it will be in designated locales, each with limited wagering (which means probably no Internet betting). 

Colorado enjoys a strong NFL betting population due to the Broncos playing here. 

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