Videoslots.com and Yggdrasil Gaming Sign Content Deal

Over the course of the last three months in 2014 Yggdrasil Gaming has been licensed out by a series of operators. The fourth operator to be added to that list in this short time span in Videoslots.com. The two operators signed a content supply deal with one another, this deal will allow for Videoslots.com to gain all of the 25 games developed by Yggdrasil Gaming. Any new games created by the developers will also be added to the casino.

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The three other recent content deals made with Yggdrasil Gaming included Vera&John, Mr Green and LeoVegas.

Chief Executive for Yggdrasil Gaming, Fredrik Elmqvist commented on the deal during an interview saying, “Yggdrasil Gaming has a strict motto that we follow by. That motto is to make sure that we only license out our software to operators that have a strong vision on the future of online gambling. We want to ensure ourselves that we will remain in the market for years to come while at the same time still providing an innovative experience. Videoslots.com follows the same guidelines as our motto making them a perfect operator for our software.”

He continued on by saying, “We are delighted to offer the Yggdrasil Gaming experience to Videoslots.com and the three other operators who have licensed out our software this year. We firmly believe that each one of them will make the experience they offer through our slots unique in their own way. We just hope that their players enjoy the experience as much as the operators did.”

Ad Campaign Focuses On Federal Regulation of Online Gambling

The “American Group Coalition for Consumer and Online Protection” released an Ad Campaign is moving into a series of paid advertisements that will run them a bill of $250,000 in just the first phase. These Advertisements will express how online gambling can be beneficial to the USA and its citizens if it were to be legalized.

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The Coalition now has the support of the PPA, the American Gaming Association as well as MGM. The Coalition was created earlier on this year in order to combat Sheldon Adelson’s personal Coalition that focuses on stopping online gambling as a whole. As of right now the battle rages on with both Coalition’s releasing surveys, advertisements and more in order to fight one another.

A spokeswoman for CCOP, Kristen Hawn commented on the announcement of this new ad campaign saying, “As of right now we have finished everything involving Phase One. Phase two is still in the works but is close to being done. All three phases will work to further combat the banning of online gambling which is so strongly supported by Sheldon Adelson.”

She continued by saying, “Online gambling can help the United States of America in a great way. Through tax revenues the federal government would gain billions of dollars a year. That money could be used to pay off our deficit, better our school systems and so much more. Sheldon Adelson is fighting a battle that he cannot win. Even if online gambling is banned now, one day it will be legalized and regulated due to the tax revenues that can be made from it.”