Technology company GeoComply licensed in Colorado for sports betting CDC Gaming Reports · April 2, 2020 at 2:22 pm GeoComply has been licensed by Colorado gaming regulators to offer its geolocation products to sports betting operators in the state for their mobile wagering activities. Colorado, which legalized sports betting last year, is still anticipating launching the activity in conjunction with the state’s casinos in Black Hawk, Central City and Cripple Creek by May 1. Mobile sports wagering is was approved by voters along with retail sportsbooks. However, the coronavirus pandemic has closed the state’s casinos and caused professional and collegiate sports to curtail all games since last month. “The GeoComply team is prepared and ready to support the rollout of online sports betting as quickly as the state is able to launch its live operations,” Lindsay Slader, the company’s vice president of regulatory affairs, said in a statement. The Vancouver, Canada-based company said Tuesday it was approved by the Colorado Limited Gaming Control Commission. GeoComply launched in 2011 and supports regulated online casino, poker, sports betting, daily fantasy and lottery providers in 44 states.