With College Football back and NFL just around the corner, Tennessee football fans will be itching to get back to supporting their favorite teams. For many that also means getting a chance to back their loyalty and use their knowledge to wager on Tennessee’s best sportsbook apps. Tennessee is one of the most established legal betting states, having launched in November 2020.

So what are the favorite apps for Tennessee bettors? And where should someone new to sports betting look to get started?

The good news is although the selection of apps is smaller in Tennessee than some other states, it does include the best in the business. Each of these apps will be offering a full menu of NFL and NCAA Football betting markets with an equally impressive list of betting options.

Let’s take a quick look at who we think are the three best mobile sportsbooks live in Tennessee right now.

Caesars Sportsbook

For close to five decades, Caesars International has been a major retail gambling concern with casinos located all over the world. The operator’s flagship casino is Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, a property that has been entertaining customers since 1966.

In late 2020, Caesars purchased the assets of William Hill, the grandfather of sports betting in the U.K. It signaled the operator’s intent on becoming a leading retail/mobile sports betting brand in the U.S. market.

Currently, the Caesars mobile app is available in over 15 states, putting it on par with the BetMGM brand, another of our picks. The sportsbook offers a comprehensive menu of betting markets in the U.S. and internationally. Tennessee sports bettors can enjoy wagering on the NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL, and NCAA FB & BB, as well as major sports from Europe.

Caesars bonus menu varies from month to month and the welcome bonus is outstanding. It includes a free bet rebate on the sports bettor’s first bet if it loses up to a max of $1,250. The offer also features 1,000 Reward Credits and 1,000 Tier Credit for a minimum first bet of $25.

BetMGM Sportsbook

The MGM brand has been a major contributor to the U.S. gambling industry for over 40 years. Through the MGM Resorts International parent, the operator lays claim to owning the largest retail casino in the world. That’s the MGM Grand in Las Vegas with close to 6,900 rooms.

In 2019, the company decided to dive headlong into the U.S. retail and mobile sports betting market. The company’s mobile sports betting/online casino platform is available in over 20 states with more to come in the future.

The BetMGM sportsbook app offers sports betting markets from almost across the world. More importantly right now, it heavily features NCAA Football and NFL. Further sports include NBA, MLB, NHL, and a large array of college sports.

BetMGM also offers a comprehensive bonus menu that covers profit boosts, reload bonuses, and a VIP program. The current welcome bonus features a free bet guarantee on the player’s first live bet if it loses up to a max of $1,000.

DraftKings Sportsbook

For over 12 years, DraftKings has been the premier daily fantasy sports operator in the world. When the U. S. Supreme Court said yea to legal sports betting in the U.S. in 2018, DraftKings was one of the first sports betting operators to join the fray.

With a major advantage based on name recognition, the operator is currently taking sports bets in over 20 U.S. markets. That includes offering major betting markets from the U.S. and all over the world.

DraftKings has never been big on offering bonuses, but they do have an interesting welcome bonus. They will match your first deposit 100% up to $1,000. That’s a great boost to a starting bankroll for a beginner to sports betting in Tennessee.