Tennessee Sportsbooks

Tennessee Sportsbook Locations Online & Retail

Tennessee Sportsbook Reviews

Barstool Sportsbook
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MGM Sportsbook
3.82 Rating
BetOnline.ag Sportsbook
4.60 Rating
Bovada Sportsbook
4.64 Rating
BUSR Promo Codes
4.36 Rating
Caesars Sports Betting
4.10 Rating
Draftkings Sportsbook App
3.91 Rating
Fanduel Sporsbook Review
4..30 Rating
Hard Rock
hard rock sportsbook
3.95 Rating
MyBookie.ag Sportsbook
4.69 Rating
Sportsbetting.ag Sportbook
4.67 Rating
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Xbet Sportsbook Bonus
4.41 Rating

How to bet on sports in Tennessee

If must be at least 21-years of age and physically present in the state of Tennessee to place a sports bet. With the absence of retail casinos, all sports wagers must be placed online.

To start betting just download your sportsbook app and get verified.

Legal age

You must be 21-years or older bet in Tennessee.

Mobile betting

Currently, the Tennessee Education Lottery Commission regulates all online betting.

As of Jan. 1, 2022, however, the Sports Wagering Advisory Council will take over regulation duties.

Remote registration

As there are no in-person options in Tennessee, those wanting to make a sports wager the entire registration process is online. While some states require bettors to visit a casino or off-track betting site before getting started, Tennessee bettors can simply enter some personal information and get started online in minutes.

Within state borders

Users must be within state lines to place a sports bet in Tennessee. Online sportsbooks are required to verify your exact whereabouts. The sports betting app must allow a geolocation services or you will not be permitted to place a bet.

Retail sportsbooks

Of the states to have legalized sports betting, Tennessee is the only one not to offer an in-person sportsbook.

Taxable winnings

Although all winnings from sports bets are taxed at the federal level, there is no personal state tax on these winnings in Tennessee.

Tennessee sportsbooks typically withhold 25% of all winnings, provided you share your SSN. If you decline to do so, 28% of your winnings will most likely be held.

Tennessee Retail & Online Sportsbooks