Rush Street Interactive co-founder Carlin steps down
| By Robert Fletcher
Rush Street Interactive (RSI) has announced that co-founder and former chief executive Gregory Carlin has resigned from its board and left the business.
Carlin co-founded RSI in April 2012 and also helped launch the Rush Street Gaming business in January 2005.
Carlin stepped down as chief executive of RSI in August of last year, making way for Richard Schwartz and taking on the new role of vice-chairman.
However, RSI said that Carlin resigned from its board and any other offices, committees and positions that he held with effect from 28 December 2021.