Licensing business Compliable has added former Penn National Gaming general counsel Carl Sottosanti to its board of advisors.
Sottosanti joined Penn National Gaming from 2003 as vice president of legal & business affairs and deputy general counsel, and was promoted to general counsel in 2014, where he worked until leaving his post in 2020.
The operator at the time said he helped to “drive the company’s growth and evolution from a small regional gaming operator into the nation’s leading omnichannel provider of retail and interactive gaming”.
Compliable was formerly known as Rebric and is working on a platform to help sportsbook operators secure licenses for their employees in the US.
“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,” Chris Oltyan, chief executive of Compliable, said.
Sottosanti said he believed Compliable fills an important need in the market and was excited to help it grow.
“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,” he said.
“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.”