“While we respectfully disagree with the opinion, the Attorney General expressly noted the legislature can make needed updates to antiquated state laws and ensure nearly one million Tennesseans can continue to enjoy all forms of fantasy sports — from any season-long leagues to daily play. A bill to protect fantasy sports and install important industry-wide consumer protections has already passed the state senate and legislators will be hearing from constituents from all across the state with a clear message: do not take away a game we love. We hope members of the legislature will listen to them, and act quickly to modernize state law and bring full clarity to the issue. Additionally, Tennessee has benefited from the economic boom fantasy sports has spurred, with new sports analytics companies like Rotogrinders and Footballguys headquartered in Tennessee. The state should be a home for this growing industry, but the legislature has to act to take advantage of this growing economic opportunity.”