Tennessee releases sports betting regulations to public
Tennessee has released its draft sports wagering rules, including stringent advertising regulations, for public comment.
The rules would only allow for wagers to be placed online or by remote kiosks, in accordance with the bill passed in the state’s 2019 legislative session, SB0016.
Under the regulations, operators must present all advertising materials they wish to use to the Tennessee Lottery at least 30 days before they are released.
In addition, ads must not appear on one medium “with such intensity and frequency that they represent saturation of that medium or become excessive.”