Tennessee, TN Sports Betting Apps
Legal Tennessee Sports Betting and Mobile Betting Apps: TVG (mobile-site, iPhone), Twinspires (Android, iPhone), BetAmerica, Xpressbet, Draft, FantasyDraft, Fanduel DFS app, Draftkinks site and Yahoo Fantasy.
Expected Tennessee mobile betting apps in 2020 and further: DraftKings, FanDuel, William Hill, Caesar’s, bet365, Unibet TN and more gambling apps.
Best betting markets/leagues/events via TN online betting app: Official rules have not been posted, but expect all of the major sports leagues and events to be available. Horse racing is currently legal in the Volunteer State.
Mobile betting in Tennessee
Tennessee legalized sports betting in 2019, but things have not progressed much since that time. The state of Tennessee is going to launch sports betting in a very different way than most other states, as they are strictly going to legalize mobile and online betting. There aren’t any casinos in the state, and it only makes sense that all of the betting be done via desktop or mobile device.
Major igaming companies are lining up to offer a sports betting app when it finally gets launched in Tennessee, but it might not be until 2020. Betting on horse races is legal in the state of Tennessee, and both TVG and TwinSpires are legal apps to bet on the races for residents of the state. There will likely be a ton of betting sites applying to offer a mobile sports gambling app in 2020 and beyond, but a few companies have already made their plans known.
Last Updated on