- WynnBET is now the seventh mobile sports betting platform in Tennessee.
- The sportsbook is now live in six states nationwide.
- Tennesseans can download the WynnBET app on any smartphone to begin gambling on sporting events with the company’s betting lines.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – On Friday, WynnBET became the seventh sportsbook to enter the Tennessee sports betting industry. The sports betting platform was originally greenlit with licensure earlier in 2021 by the Sports Wagering Committee and the Tennessee Education Lottery Corp. but were not ready to go live so early in the year.
Instead, the operator chose to launch just in time for the Kentucky Derby and all the betting action that the event brings.
WynnBET In Tennessee
Tennessee sports betting opened its completely online and mobile sportsbook industry on November 1 with four operators. In six months, they now have seven platforms for their residents to wager on sports. These applications include BetMGM, DraftKings, FanDuel, Tennessee Action 24/7, TwinSpires, William Hill, and now WynnBET.
March sports gaming revenue reports for Tennessee showed a jump of $29.6 million in handle over February for a total of $205.9 million. This can be attributed to the addition of TwinSpires and William Hill, along with March Madness wagers placed. WynnBET, along with the Kentucky Derby and bringing more competitive betting to Tennessee with a new sportsbook could mean even bigger revenue for May in the state.
WynnBET’s mobile sportsbook can be downloaded by Tennesseans with a smartphone device or accessed through a desktop computer. The company will be advertising a number of appealing betting lines and promotions for their launch in the Volunteer State. WynnBET has been busy in 2021 with Tennessee becoming the sixth state it now holds a presence for gambling on sports.
What’s Next For WynnBET?
WynnBET is live in Colorado, Indiana, Michigan, New Jersey, Virginia, and now Tennessee.
Along with the company branching out into different regulated sports betting markets across the nation, they have also partnered with NASCAR, the Memphis Grizzlies, and the Detroit Pistons. Different promotions and fan engagements are planned for these organizations which have WynnBET with their hands full.
However, it’s all a part of the sports wagering platform’s plan to make a household name for themselves across the United States sports betting communities.
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Christina has been writing for as long as she can remember and does dedicated research on the newly regulated sports betting market. She comes from a family of sports lovers that engage in friendly bets from time to time. During the winter months, you can find Christina baking cookies and beating the entire staff at Mario Kart…the N64 version of course.