Tennessee has moved forward and reached near the sports betting legalisation. Governor Bill Lee is expected to allow Bill H1 this coming weekend, without his signature.

Policy makers are already anticipating a generous flow of new revenue into the state. Projections for gaming revenue from sports wagering hover around the $254m mark. They are based on a prediction that the state’s population of adults and 3.5 million tourists will generate an average of $30 per head in gross gaming revenue.

Tennessee will be unique among states that allow sports wagering where there will be no terrestrial offer open to bettors. The Bill legislates solely for online and mobile gambling and market entrants will be required to sign up to commercial agreements with the sports leagues in order to gain access to official data, use of which will be mandatory.

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