Rush Street Interactive completes NYSE listing

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Rush Street Interactive has completed its previously announced business combination with dMY Technology Group.

The Business Combination was approved at a special meeting of dMY’s stockholders. Upon completion of the business combination, the combined company was renamed Rush Street Interactive, Inc.

The dMY tickers will change and the Class A common stock and warrants of the Combined Company will commence trading on the New York Stock Exchange under the new ticker symbols “RSI” and “RSI WS,” respectively.

The Business Combination creates a leading online gaming company with U.S. market share in online casino that is currently among the highest in the industry and a top online sports betting offering. RSI provides customers an array of offerings, including real-money online casino wagering, online and retail sports wagering, and social gaming. RSI currently operates in six states New Jersey, Colorado, Pennsylvania, Indiana, Illinois, Iowa as well as Colombia, and it has secured market access in three additional states, including New York, with plans to target other jurisdictions. RSI is growing quickly and has experienced a revenue increase of nearly five times from the first nine months of 2019 to the first nine months of 2020.

“Today marks a momentous milestone for RSI as we enter the public markets with a tremendous opportunity ahead of us,” said Greg Carlin, Chief Executive Officer of RSI. “With online casino and online sports betting still in the early stages in the United States, we believe there is significant growth potential for our business in both existing and new markets. Eilers & Krejcik estimates the total U.S. online casino market to be approximately $20 billion at maturity, and projects $15 billion for online sports betting. Our steadfast focus on customer experience and broad demographic reach, combined with our proprietary technology platform, provide us with what we believe are material advantages to further our leadership position as online gaming continues to mature.”