Carl Sottosanti joins Compliable board of advisors

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Licensing firm Compliable, formerly trading as Rebric, has appointed Carl Sottosanti, former General Counsel of Penn National Gaming, to its board of advisors.

Sottosanti brings a wealth of industry experience to the company, which recently secured funding to continue to develop a platform which helps US sportsbooks to prepare applications and secure employee licenses across the country.

Sottosanti spent over 17 years at Penn National Gaming where he focused on development opportunities, compliance, and corporate governance.

After stepping down from his position at Penn in 2020, Sottosanti has remained active in the gaming space, holding advisory positions for a variety of companies and academic institutions.

He joins a number of high-profile gaming industry figures on the Compliable board of advisors and the company is backed by several investors from the sector.

Compliable offers US sportsbooks a solution that makes it easy to onboard and manage employees’ gaming licenses across every state. The platform cuts the time it takes to get staff licensed from weeks to days, lowers the workload for compliance teams, significantly reduces the costs related to licensing, and accelerates moving into new markets at a time when first-mover advantage is critical.

Chris Oltyan, CEO of Compliable, said: “We are thrilled to have Carl join our advisory board as he brings a unique combination of industry expertise that will help us develop our platform further and scale our business going forward. We really value his input and guidance and look forward to working together.”

Sottosanti added: “I am pleased to join the advisory board of Compliable, a company that has found a solution to the very real and growing employee licensing challenges faced by all operators and vendors. From my own experience in the sector, I understand how vital Compliable’s platform is and I’m looking forward to working together during this very exciting time for the US gaming industry.”