Colorado entry for USBookmaking


American online sportsbook operator USBookmaking has reportedly debuted a Colorado-facing mobile sportsbetting app in partnership with the western state’s 140-room Sky Ute Casino Resort.

According to a Wednesday report from the online news domain at GamblingNews.com, the iOS and Android-friendly innovation is available to anyone over the age of 21 located within ‘The Centennial State’ and will be offering a wide range of markets on contests including those from the National Basketball Association (NBA) and the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC).

Expanding entertainment:

The source reported that Sky Ute Casino Resort, which is owned by the federally-recognized Southern Ute Indian Tribe, has now become the latest land-based venue in Colorado to premiere a mobile sportsbetting service following the state’s passage of an enabling referendum in November. The source detailed that the jurisdiction is home to 17 land-based casinos and has so far witnessed the launch similar apps from the likes of DraftKings Incorporated, MGM Resorts International and the Rush Street Interactive subsidiary of Rush Street Gaming.

Optimistic opportunity:

Charley Flagg, General Manager for the La Plata County-based Sky Ute Casino Resort, reportedly told GamblingNews.com that his venue now added a mobile sportsbetting service to its already extensive array of offerings to make it even better positioned to benefit from the state’s post-coronavirus re-opening of casinos.

Flagg reportedly stated…

We are pleased to offer sports fans a convenient online sportsbetting app to place wagers in Colorado and look forward to unveiling the exciting app features to everyone in Colorado wishing to bet on sports. As a Native American gaming casino, we will offer sportsbook app users the best odds in the state.”


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