“[Building] product innovation … will differentiate our user experience so that players have a reason to play with us when they have a choice, ”said Richard Schwartz, CEO of Rush Street Interactive (RSI). of the company’s first quarter of 2022 as an opportunity to praise. its development team, which for the past two months has included Run It Once Poker (RIO).
Schwartz also briefly mentioned online poker, a product that RSI does not currently offer. The fact that he mentioned the vertical while answering a question about where he saw opportunities to increase revenue strongly suggests that an online poker product is up and running and will likely play a role in RSI plans to be profitable for the second. mid-2023..
“We are very optimistic and excited to continue to build product innovation,” Schwartz said during Thursday’s call. “It will differentiate our user experience so that players have a reason to play with us when they have a choice.”
Meanwhile, poker professional Phil Galfond, the founder of RIO, revealed that RSI has been following Michigan’s invitation to join the Multistate Internet Gaming Agreement (MSIGA) and that both RIO and RSI believe that Invitation is a good sign that the US online poker market is heading for a period of growth.