Division of Gaming COVID-19 Response

COVID-19 Information

The Division of Gaming is committed to minimizing COVID-19 exposure risks for all people accessing licensing services by implementing health and safety operating guidelines, established by state and local public health authorities, intended to reduce virus spread. Upon opening offices to the public after being closed due to COVID 19, the Colorado Division of Gaming licensing offices will be opening, by appointment only, for limited in-person licensing services. All other services and functions of the Division of Gaming offices remained closed to the public.

License Information

Support License Renewals may be submitted via E-Gov, regular mail, or email. If you elect to use E-Gov please ensure that you submit all required documentation in addition to your driver's license or state ID. Please visit our page for information and the link to the E-Gov portal.

Support License Applications may be submitted via regular mail, electronically via email, or you may schedule an appointment. Mail-in applications may be sent to the Division of Gaming at 1707 Cole Blvd., Suite 350, Lakewood, CO 80401. Electronic Support applications can be sent to dor_gaming_licensing@state.co.us

Limited Gaming Support License Application

Sports Betting Support License Application


Key and Business License Applications may be submitted via regular mail, or you may schedule an appointment. Mail-in applications may be sent to the Division of Gaming at 1707 Cole Blvd., Suite 350, Lakewood, CO 80401.Key and Business License Renewals may be submitted via E-Gov or regular mail. If you elect to use E-Gov please ensure that you submit all required documentation in addition to your driver's license or state ID. Please visit our page for information and the link to the E-Gov portal. If mailing your renewal, please send to Division of Gaming at 1707 Cole Blvd., Suite 350, Lakewood, CO 80401.

Limited Gaming Key & Business Licenses

Sports Betting Key & Business Licenses

Fantasy Contests Operator License

Service of Process Notification

Service of Process Notification

Approved ICMP Variance List
In an effort to further assist Colorado casinos with reopening, we have conducted a review of the ICMPs and have developed a spreadsheet detailing Division-approved variances that we believe may be helpful.
 
Approved variances will be effective for 90 days, at which time they will be reevaluated by the Division to determine whether variances will be discontinued or extended. Updates to this list will be posted here as they occur.
If you have any questions or wish to discuss other alternatives, please contact the appropriate Section Manager(s).