Tennessee Reports $474M In Sports Wagers, $8.6M In Taxes For January

Tennessee Saw $467 Million In Gross Wagers And $8.6 Million In Privilege Tax Paid In January, Making It The Third Highest Amount Of Wagers The State Has Seen Since Betting Began In November 2020.

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Tennessee Releases July Gambling Numbers Without Revealing Sportsbooks’ Profit

Tennessee’s Sports Wagering Council Released The State’s July Numbers This Week, Showing The State Collected Nearly $4 Million In Privilege Taxes. But Those Numbers No Longer Include Any Information On How Much Money The State’s Sportsbooks Made.

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Tennessee Collected $8.8M In Taxes On $392.7M In Sports Wagers In March

Tennessee Collected $8.8 Million In Taxes On Sports Wagering In March On $392.7 Million In Wagers. The Tax Collections Were The Third Highest Since Online Sports Wagering Began In Tennessee In November 2020 And Coincided With The NCAA Basketball Tournament.

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Tennessee Council Approves Renewal Of Licenses For First 4 Online Sportsbook Operators

The Tennessee Sports Wagering Advisory Council Approved The Renewal Of The Licenses Of The State’s Four Initial Operators — FanDuel, BetMGM, DraftKings And Action 24/7 — At Its Monday Meeting.

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