Rush Street Interactive to ring NYSE opening bell after going public

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Rush Street Interactive has announced that members of its executive leadership team will ring the opening bell on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) after the operator went public.

The online operator completed its combination with special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) dMY Technology Group at the end of last month and began trading on the NYSE under the ticker symbols RSI and RSI WS, going public in the process.

The deal was announced in July after being unanimously approved by the boards of both companies, creating an initial enterprise value of around $1.78bn.

The merger aims to create a major online casino and sports betting company which is already active in the likes of New Jersey, Colorado, Pennsylvania, Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, as well as Colombia.

The operator has since announced that members of its leadership team, board of directors and a representative cross-section of RSI employees, will ring the NYSE opening bell on 5 January.

RSI CEO Greg Carlin said: “This ceremony is a tribute to our incredible team, investors and partners who all made this day possible.”

The ceremony will be live streamed on the NYSE website at 9:29am Eastern Time.

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