The video had me up until "Coming soon to your favourite Playtech casino". I could forgive the promotional wins and dazzling production but that's just wishful thinking!
Still not entirely sure using kid's cartoons sets a good precedent to enticing younger people to gamble. As this particular ship has now sailed I guess we can expect more cartoon slots.
What next, Rugrats? Tom & Jerry? Peppa Pig??
....but watched by millions of them. Was it supposed to be a social commentary aimed at 25-34 olds or something? Must have missed that one
It was actually. Re - Despite the animation and fantasy setting, the series was initially aimed at adult audiences, which was reflected in the comedy writing, which, as noted, resembled the average primetime sitcoms of the era, with the usual family issues resolved with a laugh at the end of each episode, as well as the inclusion of a laugh track. Hanna and Barbera hired many writers from the world of live action, including two of Jackie Gleason's writers, Herbert Finn and Sydney Zelinka, as well as relative newcomer Joanna Lee while still using traditional animation story men such as Warren Foster and Michael Maltese.