Skill Gaming Policy Thread in General Discussion Forum Posted July 9, 2014 As I understand it Ayesha, you're going to have to get all new games anyhow. You might as well put them under a dedicated "Operator" account. On the application for "Operator" you must give a listing of all compliant games that will be run under your "Operator" account. You must also acquire an affidavit from an attorney that says the games you are operating comply with LL's Skill Gaming Policy. I am curious if LL is going to allow game creators to provide these affidavits to the Operators to present with the Operator Application. Or, if each Operator is going to have to get their own attorney to provide one for each seperate type of game. There is a good question...Will Game Creators be able to provide affidavits to Operators applying for a license? How will an Operator be able to give a sworn affidavit to the legality and operation of a game they cannot inspect or operate without buying it first? If I were an attorney (and I am not) I would be very hesitant to issue opinions based solely upon the opinions of others.