William Hill Tennessee is Now Live – What you need to know

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William Hill Tennessee is now live! Bettors in the Volunteer State can sign up and place bets today. 

Sign Up For William Hill & Getting a $2,021 Risk-Free Bet

Registering for a sportsbook account at William Hill Tennessee is very simple. All you need to do is download the William Hill app, then start the account creation process. You will also get a $2,021 risk free deposit on your first bet when you use our exclusive William Hill TN promo code: TNSHARPRF or follow any of our links! Once you get going, you’ll need to provide:

  • Name
  • Email address
  • Password (you’ll create one)
  • Address
  • Phone number
  • Date of birth
  • Last 4 digits of your SSN

This information will get you set up with an account and confirm your identity. No need for a separate geolocation app–William Hill TN will use your mobile device’s GPS to confirm you are within Tennessee’s borders before you can place a wager. 

Claim your $2,021 Risk Free Bet at William Hill Tennessee

New Player Joins The Fray

William Hill is the latest of a handful of sports betting sites to go live in Tennessee. It follows FanDuel, BetMGM, DraftKings, and Tennessee Action 24/7.

That’s quite a big-name roster, and William Hill only adds to the clout of Tenessee’s sports betting line-up. Tennessee Action 24/7 throws a powerful local operator into the mix, giving Tennessee sports bettors a wealth of great options when they’re ready to place a wager. 

What’s more, WynnBET TN was conditionally approved for a Tennessee launch on February 10. There’s no solid launch date available for WynnBET’s platform. But when it does launch, that will be yet another strong sports betting leader live in Tennessee. 

The Unique Tennessee Sports Betting Market

Tennessee is something of a trendsetter when it comes to online sports betting. The state has no land-based casinos at all. 

In other legal sports betting markets, operators are required to launch using the license of a land-based property. In some cases, a few online-only licenses are available, though this is the exception, not the rule. 

In Tennessee, absent any retail properties, the state government legalized online-only sports betting. Operators can acquire a license to operate completely online without the need for a land-based partner. 

Some states could follow suit, especially those with limited land-based properties. Texas, with only a handful of tribal casinos, is exploring legal sports betting. The state’s current legislation would allow pro sports teams to get licenses, a move that strikes some as dubious, given historic sports corruption concerns in the US.