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Summer of Love by Yggdrasil Brings Back Memories

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Remembering Summer of Love

Yggdrasil, one of the slot providers that has really taken off in the last years always brings it on with fresh and interesting tournaments. This year’s summer casino campaign is named after the long-forgotten cultural phenomenon of 1967 – Summer of Love.

Tournament Outlines

The summer campaign starts today, on the 1st at 00:01 CEST and ends on the 13th of June 2021 at 23:00.

The prize pool is 80.000 EUR and the participating games are as follows: Gator Gold Gigablox, Golden Fish tank, Multifly!, Valley of the Gods, Lucky Neko, Holmes and the Stolen Stones, Jackpot Raiders and Cauldron. Some of the slots, such as Gator Gold Gigablox and Cauldron are brand new, and other such as Valley of the Gods, Lucky Neko and Holmes and the Stolen Stones are already popular in the gambling world. 

As always, only people over the age of 18 can join the tournament.

The Inspiration

What has always stood out the most in Yggdrasil’s tournaments is their ideas that go out of the box. This summer’s campaign is no different. The inspiration of the casino tournament was from the interesting phenomenon called “Summer of Love” of 1967.

So what was it all about? Imagine free-loving young people in colorful clothes and flowers in their hair. And the light San Francisco air (even if you have never been there), mixed with the heavy smell of marijuana. Imagine people with dreams and hopes of peace. Imagine… “Imagine”. It’s easy if you try!

Most accurately put, people described the Summer of Love as Utopianism. For what could have been – a never-ending life of peace and liberty, but most of all- Love! As with life however, youth also fades, and so do the dreams and hopes. Although highly romanticized, the hippie movement faded along with the carefree youth of the 1960s. It is still remembered though, in parts by the movies, music, but mostly by the already retired blue-tie workers grandparents who once lived their lives like there was no tomorrow.


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