Greg Carlin

Greg Carlin has been the Chief Executive Officer of RSI and RSG since 2012 and January 2005, respectively. Mr. Carlin has also served as a Managing Director of LAMB Capital Advisors, LLC (“LAMB”), a private investment firm, since June 1995. Prior to these roles, Mr. Carlin worked as an investment banker at both Lazard Freres, from June 1990 to August 1992, and Bankers Trust, from October 1992 to May 1995. Mr. Carlin served on the board of directors of Falls Management Company from May 1999 to July 2019 and has served on the board of directors of the American Gaming Association since 2016. Mr. Carlin earned a B.S. in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania.

Kyle L. Sauers

Kyle L. Sauers has served as RSI’s Chief Financial Officer since October 2020. Prior to RSI, Mr. Sauers served as the Chief Financial Officer of Echo Global Logistics (“Echo”) from 2013 to 2020 and as Senior Vice President of Finance and Controller from 2011 to 2013. Echo is a leading Fortune 1000 provider of technology-enabled technology and supply chain services. Prior to Echo, Mr. Sauers was the General Manager of Varian Medical Systems’ Security & Inspection Products Division, a result of Varian’s acquisition of Bio-Imaging Research (“BIR”) where he had served on the board of directors and as Chief Financial Officer since 2005. BIR was a leading supplier of cargo screening systems and software. Prior to BIR, Mr. Sauers spent eight years at Sphere Communications, a leading VoIP software technology company, most recently as Chief Financial Officer. Before Sphere, Mr. Sauers served in various financial management positions at APAC Customer Services, a provider of outsourced customer care and acquisition services. Mr. Sauers began his career as part of the Audit and Business Advisory Practice at Arthur Andersen LLP. Mr. Sauers graduated from the University of Illinois with a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting.

Einar Roosileht

Einar Roosileht serves as RSI’s Chief Information Officer. He joined RSI in December 2013, and oversees RSI’s Product and Engineering. Prior to joining RSI, Mr. Roosileht co-founded Oryx Gaming in 2010, an online gaming platform provider, where he served as CTO. From 2006 to 2008, Mr. Roosileht served as Chief Architect at Playtech Estonia, where he specifically focused on developing scalable systems. Mr. Roosileht studied Computer Science at the University of Tartu.

Richard Schwartz

Richard Schwartz co-founded RSI in 2012 and has served as the company’s President since inception. In this role, he oversees the company’s product development and operations, as well as corporate functions such as business development, compliance, and legal. Prior to joining RSI, Mr. Schwartz started and led the interactive business for WMS Industries, which in 2010, launched the award-winning UK-facing online casino business, Jackpot Party. Richard has been a leader and innovator in the gaming industry for over 15 years, is an inventor on over 50 patents, and has a deep understanding of player psychology. Prior to joining the gaming industry, Mr. Schwartz was an executive at Telecom Italia Lab USA (formerly Telecom Italia Ventures) and an intellectual property attorney in the Silicon Valley. Mr. Schwartz graduated from the University of California, Berkeley and received his law degree from the University of California, Hastings College of the Law.

Mattias Stetz

Mattias Stetz serves as RSI’s Chief Operating Officer. He joined RSI in April 2016, and oversees Marketing and Operations. Mr. Stetz has extensive experience in marketing, sports betting operations, and media content creation for the sports wagering vertical, and prior to RSI was a former executive at Kindred Group plc (“Kindred Group”) from 2004 to 2016, including serving as Kindred Group’s Chief Commercial Officer from 2009 to 2016. While at Kindred Group, Mr. Stetz was involved in helping shape Kindred Group’s long-term strategy and also oversaw day-to-day marketing and operations. Originally from Sweden, Mr. Stetz has a Master of Science in Marketing and Business Development from the Stockholm School of Economics and is also a Harvard Business School alumnus (GMP 2015).