Sporttrade treats sports betting odds and lines as if they were stocks—and now, users in Colorado can tap into their unique platform.
“Today we’re privileged to introduce the Sporttrade experience in Colorado,” Alex Kane, Sporttrade’s Founder & CEO, said in a statement released Tuesday. “Our launch today proves that Sporttrade can operate in any jurisdiction with the same great features our customers have come to know us for: instant in-play betting, great prices, awesome liquidity, and the ability to always trade in and out of bets at fair value.”
Sportrade differs from traditional legal sports betting as it doesn’t put “juice” on its odds (though it does charge a commission on wins). Bets also cost $1-99 to acquire and are paid out at either $100 for wins or $0 for losses.