Colorado’s Transparent Sports Betting Process Yields Meaningful Discussion Jill R. Dorson, SportsHandle · December 10, 2019 at 9:57 am Colorado’s Division of Gaming on Monday kicked off what may well be the most transparent process to launch sports betting in the country with the first of five meetings covering everything from general rules to integrity. The Monday morning session was an opportunity for stakeholders to offer comments and get clarifications on the rules. Stakeholders from local municipalities and potential operators, including William Hill and DraftKings, were part of the discussion. “We’re just soliciting input and we wanted to get this done before the holidays,” said Dan Hartman, the director for the Division of Revenue, who chaired the meeting. “It’s an aggressive schedule the next three days.” Monday afternoon Hartman covered compliance, and there are three more meetings to come: two sessions Tuesday will cover technology and integrity and information, and the final session on Wednesday morning will cover responsible gaming.