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Opinion: A delay in rollout of sports betting could cost Tennessee

By , Guest Columnist Updated: July 17, 2020 2:44 PM CT | Published: July 17, 2020 1:14 PM CT
Guest Columnist

David Pettiette

David Pettiette, a Rhodes College graduate and CPA, is a Memphis sports enthusiast with an interest in data analytics and regression analysis. 

 

Tennessee passed legislation to allow legal sports betting in an online-only format in May of 2019, but has yet to roll out platforms to make sports betting available to the public. This is a head-scratcher considering the state has an easy slam dunk opportunity to recoup some of the year’s lost revenue with very little effort.

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sports betting Tennessee Education Lottery Corp.

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