Colorado became the 17th state to open a legalized sports gambling marketplace and now competition among sports books is heating up.
When Colorado’s legal sports gambling market went live on May 1st, four sports book operators had licenses to take bets, FanDuel, DraftKings, BetMGM, and BetRivers. There’s now seven operators with gaming licenses in the centennial state and it looks like that number is growing. Circa Sports announced they are launching their mobile app for a Colorado sports betting platform in July. Circa Sports operates two sports books in Las Vegas and recently announced a 15 year partnerships with Century Casinos.
Sports Illustrated’s gambling analyst reveals more about Circa’s Colorado sports gambling application in the attached video.
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