The NFL will not stop its free slot games coverage
The NFL announced today that it will not restrict free slot game coverage.
The league’s decision comes after months of public complaints about the league’s free slot and pregame shows, which have become a major draw for fans.
“The NFL is proud to announce that we will continue to provide a comprehensive and accessible free slot gaming experience,” the league said in a statement.
“As a result of our continued dedication to the game, we are proud to offer the best slot game experience available in the world.”
In a statement, the NFL said that it was “encouraged” by the NFLPA’s decision.
“We’re committed to ensuring the most compelling and engaging gaming experiences on television and in our stadiums,” the statement read.
“This means continuing to provide the most up-to-date information and the most current news, analysis and information about the sport.”
While free slot events were not an option in the past, the move comes at a critical time for the NFL.
In the past few weeks, several prominent executives have been publicly critical of the league.
One executive, Jimmy Haslam, is currently in charge of the Dallas Cowboys, which are on the verge of being eliminated from the playoffs.
He also resigned last week from his position as the team’s head coach.
The NFL also announced that the league will be hosting a free slot for the first time in its history in 2019.
NFLPA Executive Director DeMaurice Smith said in the statement that the NFL is “proud to continue to support and support our game and our league.”
“This is a very important decision for our members and the fans of our game,” he added.