You’ve got Tennessee sports betting questions. We’ve got answers.
First up: is sports betting legal and live in Tennessee? Yes and yes. The Volunteer State first launched sports betting in November 2020, making it a relatively early adopter of online sports betting.
Next: what do you need to do to bet on sports in Tennessee? The requirements are strict, but there are only two of them. You must be 21 years of age or older, and you must be located in the state of Tennessee when you’re betting. You don’t need to live there. Even visitors can get in on the Tennessee sports betting action. Sports betting apps in Tennessee will confirm your location using your phone’s GPS or a geolocation plugin if you’re using a computer.
The natural next question: which sportsbooks are available in Tennessee? Here’s a quick list. We’ll dive into some of them in more detail further down on this page.
- Action 247
- Wagr (peer-to-peer betting)
Finally, what sports can you bet on in Tennessee? There are only a few restrictions. For the most part, you can bet on any professional or college sports. The only caveat with college betting is you can’t place in-game props or individual player prop bets. Game props are allowed on college sports.
Those are the Tennessee sports betting basics. The rest of this page will cover the rest of what you need to know.