Amelco received new licence to operate in Colorado

Global tier one sportsbook supplier now holds four US state licences

Amelco, the leading sports betting software and trading services provider, has secured yet another major US milestone, receiving regulatory approval to operate in the state of Colorado.

The supplier of choice for the U.S. industry’s multi-territory tier one operators, including Flutter Entertainment and FOX Bet, the Colorado licence is the latest landmark in Amelco’s US development roadmap.

Already live in Colorado with the Stars Group, the provider is set to launch its second sports betting platform, BetWildwood, later in July - via a joint venture with ISI Race & Sports to deliver Wildwood Casino’s inaugural online sportsbook.

Commenting on its Colorado expansion, Brandon Walker, Head of Business Development at Amelco said:

“I’m delighted to announce that Amelco has added another licence to our growing list of US states where will be doing business – highlighting our platform’s capability to meet any compliance requirement.

“As well as the Stars Group, we’re set to deliver Wildwood Casino’s first online sports betting offering, one of Cripple Creek’s most popular VIP-centric locations, with a series of further major sports wagering partnerships due to be announced later in the year.”

With more than a decade of experience in supplying tailored software solutions, Amelco provides bespoke enterprise sports betting and trading platforms to a large number of leading sportsbooks around the world.

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