The Division of Gaming
The Division of Gaming works to ensure honesty and integrity in the Colorado gaming industry.
Limited Gaming Licensing
Due to the recent surge in COVID cases across Colorado, in-person services are very limited. Therefore, the Division now offers all licensing services online and encourages all new and current licensees to complete their applications online. New license applicants and existing licensees can complete and submit their gaming license applications online by clicking the appropriate license type below and clicking apply or renew links. The requirements for online licenses are the same as applying for a license by mail or in-person.
Limited appointments may be available for those with circumstances or situations that prohibit them from completing an application online.
Please note that appointments are limited at this time and are only available for applicants who can not submit their applications online. As of August 2022: the Central City Office cannot provide fingerprinting services, fingerprints can only be obtained at the Lakewood or Cripple Creek DOG offices.
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Limited Gaming Updates
- NEW: 2022 Legislation Rulemaking and Responsible Gaming Stakeholder Sign-Up Now Open
- NEW: Media Release 9/15/2022: Gaming Commission Approves $11.4 Million Distribution to Colorado Water Plan from Second Year of Sports Betting
- Media Release 8/29/2022: Gaming Revenues Distributed to Beneficiaries Increased by 39%
- SB22-216 Stakeholder Workshop II- August 26, 2022
- The next Gaming Commission meeting will be held on Thursday, August 25, 2022 at the Central City Gaming Office. Please see the Limited Gaming Control Commission Page for more details.
- July Industry Statistics have been posted