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Tennessee Sports Betting Shines With First-Week Numbers

Tennessee saw a great first week of regulated sports betting market, reporting a total handle of more than $27 million in its first full week. According to the Tennessee Education Lottery that released on Monday some numbers for the first week of live online sports betting in The Volunteer State, four operators took in $27.4 …

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Memphis Grizzlies & FanDuel Announce Sports Betting Partnership

FanDuel Group and the Memphis Grizzlies have recently announced a multi-year sports betting partnership, a ‘first’ for both entities. This is reportedly the first partnership of both FanDuel with an NBA Team for sports betting, and the Grizzlies with a sports betting operator. The historic agreement comes just a day after Tennessee launched its online-only …

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Tennessee Becomes First Online-Only Sports Betting Industry in US

Tennessee has become the first online-only sports betting industry in the US and the 20th overall as it went live on Sunday. For now, four operators have been approved to take legal bets, while more will soon enter the market. The Volunteer State offers online-only sports betting service, with no physical betting allowed here, setting …

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Tennessee Approves More Sports Betting Licenses

Tennessee has finally licensed every operator, supplier, and vendor ahead of the official sports betting launch in the state on November 1. Last Thursday, sports betting supplier Amelco and data supplier Swish Analytics obtained their sports betting licenses at the special Sports Wagering Committee meeting. In addition, seven other unspecified vendors, including affiliates and ID …

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Tennessee Sports Betting May Launch Before Planned Nov 1 Date

Tennessee sports betting is scheduled to launch on its planned date of November 1 but it may even launch two days before that date. The Tennessee Education Lottery held a special meeting last week to address some last-minute housekeeping issues ahead of the launch. It is not unusual to hold such meetings before a launch. …

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Tennessee Titans Forge a Deal With BetMGM

The Tennessee Titans have become the first sports team in the state to announce sports betting deal with the betting operator BetMGM. This comes as a part of a chain reaction that has already seen many sports teams forging an alliance with a sportsbook. However, this news is more exciting than any usual partnership between …

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Three Operators Secure First Tennessee Sports Betting Licenses

Tennessee has finally approved licenses for its first three sports betting operators ahead of its November 1 launch date. DraftKings Sportsbook, BetMGM, and FanDuel Sportsbook are the first three operators to obtain their online-only sports betting license in Tennessee. The Sports Wagering Committee of the Tennessee Education Lottery authorized the licenses. While speaking on the …

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Sports Betting in Tennessee May Not Launch Until 2021

It appears that the countdown of the sports bettors in Tennessee may stretch longer than expected, as sports betting in the state might not launch until 2021. It has been over a year ago since Tennessee’s sports betting bill was approved. It happened when Governor Bill Lee passed it as the law without even signing …

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Tennessee Passes America’s First Online-Only Sports Betting Bill

While he declined to join three other Governors (Montana, Indiana, Iowa) who signed legislation earlier this month, Bill Lee of Tennessee did allow the Volunteer State to legalize online sports betting. Senate Bill 16 was sent to Lee’s desk back on April 30th, and after nearly a month of deliberation, the Governor declined to either …

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