Rush Street Interactive becomes the first US-based online gaming and betting company to receive accreditations under the Responsible Gambling Council’s RG monitoring

CHICAGO, March 31, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Today, Rush Street Interactive, Inc. (NYSE: RSI) (“RSI”) is proud to announce that it has become America’s premier online casino and sportsbook company to receive RG Check iGaming accreditation from the Responsible Gambling Council (RGC) for its and sites. RG Check is considered the most comprehensive and rigorous responsible gaming accreditation program in the world. It has been developed to meet or exceed all existing responsible gaming regulatory requirements and is valid for three years. Accreditation is reviewed by a prestigious panel of independent responsible gaming experts.

RSI is especially proud to announce this achievement in March, which is “Problem Gambling Awareness Month”, and remains focused on being at the forefront of this important topic.

“Receiving the RG Check accreditation demonstrates our commitment to and execution of RSI’s corporate social responsibility strategy, which includes the continued implementation of the company’s responsible gaming initiatives,” said Richard Schwartz, Director general of RSI, which operates and PlaySugarHouse. .com. “We want to make sure our valued customers and employees have the tools and resources to ensure a culture of safe, fair and fun gaming experiences.”

“RG Check is a clear demonstration that an operator prioritizes responsible gaming and embeds it at the heart of its operations. RGC congratulates and on achieving RG Check accreditation,” said Shelley White , CEO of the Responsible Gambling Council. “This achievement represents RSI’s commitment to transparency, player protection, duty of care and continuous improvement, while helping to create a culture of responsible gaming and sustainable gaming. RG Check is an invaluable tool to manage risk and increase the effectiveness of RG programming. RGC is proud to provide ongoing support to RSI’s harm minimization efforts.”

Rush Street Interactive is currently live in thirteen states in the United States and also internationally in the regulated gaming market in Colombia. On April 4, BetRivers real-money online casino and sportsbook will go live in Ontario, Canada, which will become the third country where RSI operates real-money online gaming. RG Check accreditation has been mandated in the requirements for all iGaming Operators entering the Ontario market by iGaming Ontario (iGO) to be achieved within two years of obtaining the license. RSI achieved accreditation two years ahead of schedule, demonstrating that the operator is committed to having strong safeguards in place before launch.

About RSI

RSI is a trusted online gaming and sports entertainment company focused on regulated markets in the United States and Latin America. Through its and brands, RSI was an early entrant in many regulated jurisdictions and is currently live with real-money mobile operations in thirteen US states: Pennsylvania, Illinois, New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Michigan. , Indiana, Virginia, Colorado, Iowa, West Virginia, Arizona and Louisiana. RSI is also active internationally, having been recognized as Sports Betting Operator of the Year at the 2021 SBC Latinoamérica Awards, where it offers its online casino and sports betting to Colombia’s regulated gaming market at RSI offers, through its proprietary online gaming platform, some of the most popular online casino games and sports betting options in the United States. Founded in 2012 in Chicago by gaming industry veterans, RSI was named Digital Operator of the Year at the 2020 Global Gaming Awards and Casino Operator of the Year at the 2021 EGR North America Awards, Customer Service Operator of of the Year and Social Game Operator of the Year. RSI is committed to industry-leading responsible gaming practices and seeks to provide its customers with the resources and services they need to gamble responsibly. For more information, visit

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