Land-Based Richard Schwartz

Rush Street Interactive

Rush Street Interactive 900 N Michigan Ave Chicago, IL 60611

Rush Street Interactive (RSI) was formed in the mid-1990s and is named after the iconic Chicago north-south roadway, Rush Street, which is adjacent to the company HQ. Rush Street Interactive has online casinos in New Jersey and sportsbooks in New York, Illinois as well as River Casinos in Philadelphia.

On top of its six casino and entertainment properties, RSI is also developing a seventh in Virginia.

RSI has been most active in this millennium with the launch of its innovative social gaming site SugarHouse Casino4Fun occurring in 2015. Shortly after, social gaming sites were launched for Rivers Casino Pittsburgh (Pennsylvania), Rivers Casino Des Plaines (Illinois) and Rivers Casino Schenectady (New York).

In 2016, it opened its first online gaming casino site, in New Jersey. Subsequently, in 2018, it added a fully integrated online gaming sportsbook to its portfolio.

Additionally, RSI was the first US gaming company to launch a regulated online gaming sportsbook in Latin America - in Bogota, the Colombian capital. In 2020, it partnered with NetEnt to bring a whole new host of interactive casino games to its clientele in Colombia.

Key Personnel:
Chief Financial Officer: Kyle Saunders
Business Development Accounts Coordinator: Zachary Phan
Information Security Officer: Rando Kall
Player Support Agent: Conor Coyle
Director, CRM: Nikki Patel

Number of employees: 501-1000

Locations: Chicago, Toronto, Collingswood (NJ), Bogota (Colombia), Tartu (Estonia)


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