Colorado: Black Hawk helps 15 casinos shut down during coronavirus pandemic CBS Denver · April 28, 2020 at 11:57 pm The City of Black Hawk is helping 15 casinos that have been shuttered during the coronavirus pandemic. The city has waived another $700,000 in fees for the month of April. The city did the same thing in March. The city is also allowing casinos to defer rent payments to a later date. The gaming industry has been excluded from loans provided by the government to help businesses stay alive during the coronavirus pandemic. A total of 70% of Gilpin County’s revenue comes from gaming. The industry employs about 10,000 people statewide and generated $125 million for the state last year.