Licensing firm Compliable has announced that Carl Sottosanti (pictured) has joined the company’s board of advisors.
The company, formerly named Rebric, has recently gained approval to develop software that helps US sportsbooks secure employees from across the country.
In 2019 Sottosanti retired from his role at Penn National Gaming after a 17-year career for the company. His time with the organization saw it grow from a regional gaming operator to a nationwide omni-channel provider of gaming and sports betting products.
In 2014 he was promoted to executive vice president and general counsel of the company and played a role in the acquisitions and investments of Pinnacle Entertainment and Barstool sports.
Since his retirement, he has taken on a number of advisory positions such as this one.
“I am pleased to join the advisory board of Compliable, a company that has found a solution to the very real and growing employee licensing challenges faced by all operators and vendors,” said Sottosanti. “From my own experience in the sector, I understand how vital Compliable’s platform is and I’m looking forward to working together during this very exciting time for the US gaming industry.”
Chris Oltyan, CEO of Compliable, added: “We are thrilled to have Carl join our advisory board as he brings a unique combination of industry expertise that will help us develop our platform further and scale our business going forward. We really value his input and guidance and look forward to working together.”
Compliable is a US-based sportsbook employee solution and management system, which allows staff to become licensed in significantly less time than other methods and reduces costs of the companies that implement the service.