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Can I Play at Bovada From Tennessee?

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Jul/14/2019

Bovada and a host of other great online sportsbooks are currently accessible from the state of Tennessee.  Bovada does tend to offer less attractive options compared to some of its competitors operating offshore however.

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Soon the Volunteer State will be permitting online sportsbooks to operate in-state. 

There will be one significant drawback to using in-state run mobile sportsbooks compared to the offshore outlets.

Sports leagues will have the ability to restrict the types of betting available.  This includes the uber popular in-play wagering. 

In other words, anyone the restrictions placed on sportsbooks operating from the state itself could jeopardize the industry's growth.

No set timeline for when in-state sportsbooks will be able to start taking bets has been established.

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

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