Font family: playfair display

Why we need a “” element to include playfair display when we use this font family?
To be more specific, why the code here is ‘font-family: “playfair display”, serif;’ not just ‘font-family: playfair display, serif’?

I think in this particular case
it is required to make it easier for the =code-checker=

both options are valid.

In discussions the trend is to always to enclose in quote’s

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