- Tennessee sportsbooks report 7% uptick in handle in June
- Tennessee signs off on bill to tax sports betting handle
- Fanatics gearing up to launch sportsbook app in Ohio and Tennessee
- Tennessee handle tax moves a step closer with legislature nod
- Tennessee making progress in push to drop mandatory hold requirement
- Tennessee resident indicted on online gaming account fraud charges
- Fanatics eyeing second state launch with Tennessee beta testing
- Tennessee sports betting regulator defers to legislature on official data mandate
- Caesars inks multi-year sportsbook partnership with Memphis Grizzlies
- WynnBet makes debut in trio of new US states
- Action 24/7 wins case against Tennessee regulator as license is temporarily reinstated
- Tennessee regulator suspends betting operator’s license indefinitely
- Lion’s share: Can BetMGM dethrone DraftKings and FanDuel as market leaders?
- Nashville start-up gains Tennessee betting license
- Cookie-cutter laws: Why aren’t states following the models that work?
- The month in US sports betting – Indiana becomes third largest betting state
- Tennessee lottery appoints sports betting director
- The case for mobile betting in the United States
- Prospects for expanding into the US
- Tennessee online-only betting bill passes into law
- Tennessee greenlights online and mobile betting
- Tennessee House approves bill seeking to legalize DFS
- DFS illegal in Alabama and Tennessee, say Attorney Generals
Is sports betting regulated or unregulated?
Utah takes perhaps the toughest anti-gambling stance of all states, including prohibiting lottery, so don’t hold your breath on any movement towards legal sports betting.
With no legal form of gambling in the state, there is no need for a regulator.
Is sports betting permitted online?
Is there any specific legislation for daily fantasy sports?
No. Negative legal opinions have been issued and the state is not moving to legislate DFS.
What legislation, if any, is currently pending?