Why Colorado Residents Should Wait For Legal Online Casinos

November 14, 2022 | By: Cole Rush

Though Colorado was an early adopter of sports betting, the Centennial State has yet to make moves to bring online casinos to its residents and visitors. Why might that be? As you’d probably expect, the answer is very nuanced. Precious little has been done to bring online casinos to Colorado. Offshore and gray market sites […]

Chamonix Casino Hotel in Cripple Creek Eyes 2023 Opening

November 10, 2022 | By: Cody Kutzer

Full House Resorts, which also owns and operates Bronco Billy’s Casino in Cripple Creek, recently announced the “topping off” of its Chamonix Casino Hotel property, which signifies the completion of the building’s structure. Chamonix, which will be connected to Bronco Billy’s, is expected to open in the second quarter of 2023.  Here’s what visitors to […]

Can the Broncos Make a Post-Bye Playoff Run?

November 9, 2022 | By: Cody Kutzer

Although the Denver Broncos haven’t lived up to the hype and expectations placed upon them heading into the 2022 season, there is still hope to salvage the season. Coming out of their bye week, the Broncos have a three-week stretch of favorable matchups. Let’s look at the upcoming games for the Denver Broncos. Don’t miss […]

Colorado Sets Record in Sports Gambling Tax Collections

November 2, 2022 | By: Stephanie Wood

The return of professional and college football season meant big yields for the state of Colorado. The Colorado Division of Gaming released the September 2022 monthly sports betting figures, which showed the state broke the record for most sports gambling tax dollars collected in one month. The $2.98 million was a 518.9% increase in taxes […]

Why the Nuggets are a Good Bet to Win the NBA Title

October 17, 2022 | By: Joshua Buckley

The relatively recent reemergence of the Denver Nuggets into NBA relevance has been a trifecta of exciting, fascinating and intimidating. Exciting for fans who weathered the squad’s five-year postseason drought from 2013 through 2018. Fascinating for bettors who’ve discovered that Nuggets’ moneyline is once again a profitable wager. Intimidating for teams in an already-stacked West […]

Colorado August Handle Up 36.9%

October 11, 2022 | By: Stephanie Wood

Colorado operators saw $290.1 million in total handle for the month of August, a 12% increase from the prior month. Compared to August of 2021, the total handle has increased 36.9%. This pushes Colorado into a small group of states that have had over $8 billion in handle since launching operations in 2020. The group […]

Avalanche Favored to Repeat as Stanley Cup Champs

October 4, 2022 | By: Mariah Janos

As the Colorado Avalanche begin their title defense on Oct. 12, they enter the season as the overwhelming favorite to once again host the Stanley Cup. Odds are available at sportsbooks, including DraftKings and FanDuel, where the Avalanche are priced as the current betting favorites. The Avs have been bet down from +400 to +380 […]

Colorado, Colorado State Struggling Against the Spread

September 29, 2022 | By: Cody Kutzer

While expectations were low for the Colorado and Colorado State football programs entering 2022, both teams are off to the worst starts possible. The Buffaloes and Rams are struggling on both sides of the ball in search of their first win of the season. What about the sports betting side of things? Are there any […]

$11.4 Million in Gaming Tax Revenue Distributed to Colorado Water Plan

September 20, 2022 | By: Stephanie Wood

The Colorado Limited Gaming Control Commission (CLGCC) approved distributions from tax revenue of $12.2 million. The distributions went to an array of beneficiaries, with the Water Implementation Cash Fund receiving a majority of the funding – a total of $11.36 million. This marks a 43% increase in distributions to the Colorado Water Plan from the […]