Rush Street Interactive announces co-founder Gregory Carlin steps down

Carlin´s position will remain vacant until a new director is appointed
Carlin´s position will remain vacant until a new director is appointed

The Former chief executive has resigned from the board of directors after more than 10 years at the company.

US.- Rush Street Interactive (RSI) has announced that co-founder and former chief executive Gregory Carlin has resigned from the company´s board of directors.

Carlin co-founded RSI in April 2012 and stepped down as chief executive of RSI in 2020. He was replaced by Richard Schwartz.

He resigned from the board and any other positions that he held with effect from December 28, 2021. Carlin´s position on the board and its Compensation Committee will remain vacant until a new director is appointed.

In connection with his resignation, Carlin agreed to refrain from selling more than four million shares of RSI’s Class A common stock – which represents less than 12% of his directly and indirectly held common stock– for a period of 12 months, unless otherwise approved by RSI.

In a filing with the US Securities and Exchange Commission, RSI said: “Mr. Carlin’s decision was not the result of any disagreement with the board or the company on any matter relating to its operations, policies or practices.

“The company and the board express their sincere appreciation for Mr. Carlin’s service to the company and his valuable contributions to the board.”

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