Sky Ute SportsBook Marks First Tribal-Launched Colorado Sports Betting App

Sky Ute Casino Resort in Ignacio, Colorado, which is owned and operated by the Southern Ute Indian Tribe, has announced the launch of a brand new Colorado sports betting app, Sky Ute SportsBook.

The announcement is significant because it’s the first of Colorado’s tribal-owned casinos to launch its own sportsbook. Sky Ute Casino’s partner for the venture is Las Vegas-based USBookmaking, the only Native American-owned sportsbook company in the U.S.

Through the sportsbook app, which is available right now to CO sports bettors on Apple and Android Devices, anyone over 21 in the State of Colorado can place legal bets on their favorite teams and events.

“We are pleased to offer sports fans a convenient online sports betting app to place wagers in Colorado and look forward to unveiling the exciting app features to everyone in Colorado who wishes to bet sports,” said Sky Ute Casino Resort’s General Manager Charley Flagg. “As a Native American gaming casino, we offer Sky Ute SportsBook app users the best odds in the state.”

Sky Ute SportsBook is offering lines on all of the sporting events you’d imagine, from American sports leagues like football, baseball, basketball, hockey, as well as golf, and sports like NASCAR and college sports. Obviously selection is limited with most sports leagues’ seasons still in limbo, but Sky Ute SportsBook is still offering plenty of options for CO sports bettors.

This week, users can place bets on soccer including German Bundesliga and Spanish La Liga leagues as well as UFC matches including UFC Fight Night at Las Vegas.

“Sports will be back soon, and, when they are, Sky Ute SportsBook mobile app will be THE place to place your bet!” said Flagg.

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Chris Nesi is Managing Editor of Colorado Sharp. He’s been an editor and writer for more than a decade, with experience spanning newspapers, magazines, digital news, and commercial writing. His work can be found in publications including TechCrunch, Mental Floss and Huffington Post. Chris lives just outside of Denver and enjoys regular trips to Black Hawk. He bets the hard ways and always splits 8s.