he Sports Wagering Committee of the Tennessee Education Lottery (TEL) Board of Directors conditionally approved licenses for the first group of operators.
Sports betting will go-live for Tennesseans on November 1 after a law allowing sports betting passed last year. The committee reports they have also approved the first supplier application and 26 additional vendor applications.
More applications are expected to be reviewed before the launch date. There is not limit on the number of licenses for interactive sports gaming operations but suppliers and licensees must meet requirements set by the committee.
Tennesseans looking to wager on sports must be at least 21-years-old and physically in the state to place a wager.