Casinos in Tennessee

Tennessee has deep musical roots, with Nashville and the Grand Ole Opry, Elvis Presley’s Graceland, and Beale Street and Sun Studios in Memphis. Until recently The Volunteer State has had a low tolerance approach to gambling. There are no casinos in Tennessee. No commercial or tribal casinos, nothing. If you want to roll some bones or play a few hands of blackjack or poker you’ll have to cross state lines into neighbouring North Carolina, Arkansas or Missouri. There is a state lottery available since 2002 but casual betting such as sweepstakes is not permitted. Change is on the horizon though with online sports betting pegged to be launched soon.

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Tennessee Casino FAQs

Is gambling legal in Tennessee?

There is a state lottery, and charity raffles can be held (with restrictions). There are no casinos, commercial or tribal. Simulcast and off track betting has recently been legalized.

Is online betting legal in Tennessee?

Since 2019 operators have been free to apply for sports betting licenses in Tennessee. Sports betting could therefore be live online anytime soon. You must be aged 21 or over to place online sports bets. Players in Tennessee wishing to play online casino can join one of many social casinos which offers free play games, or overseas casino operations.

Is Fantasy sports betting legal in Tennessee?

Yes, players can play with operators such as Fan Duel or Draft Kings.

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