A Tennessee sports betting operator's ties to a high-interest lending firm are raising responsible gaming concerns.
Tennessee online sports betting generates handle of $131.4m and revenue of $13.2m in its first month of operations.
BetMGM soft-launch its new Pennsylvania online casino, send cease & desist letter to Tennessee's Action 24/7 for trademark infringement.
The sports gambling exchange continues to look for ways to grab a larger piece of the US market.
Iowa, Indiana and Oregon set new sports betting handle records in September; Tennessee issues fourth betting permit to local firm Action 24/7.
Tennessee approves BetMGM, DraftKings and FanDuel online betting licenses, market aims to launch no later than November 1.
The Volunteer State will be the first in the US to offer a completely virtual sports gambling market.
The state has approved new sports gambling rules, but have added a controversial measure on the handle that might keep some companies away.
Despite having regulations in place, Tennessee is holding off on moving forward due to negative feedback.
The Volunteer State is moving forward with its sports gambling plans as regulations are due to come in by February.