The information made available on our Website relates to gaming sites and the gaming industry, and may contain references to links or advertisements on external third-party websites and other third-party content (collectively with the Website: the “Services”). If you follow a link to any of these third-party websites, we emphasise that these websites have their own unique privacy (and cookies) policies and you should review these policies before you decide to submit any information to these websites.
Types of collected information
The use of the Services may only result in the collection of un-identified and non-identifiable information relating to an individual (“Non-personal Information”).
Information transmitted by your device might be included as part of the collection of Non-personal Information. This includes aggregated usage information and technical information (such as your anonymised IP address for visitors in the European Economic Area that are derived from third-party tracking cookies), as well as certain software and hardware information, such as the type of browser and operating system your device uses, language, preference as to access times to the Website's domain name from which you have accessed the Services.
Information regarding your activity on the Services and engagement on the Website might also be collected to enhance the functionality of our Services.
When you are viewing a website, a small piece of information is assigned to your device called a “cookie”. This allows you to navigate between pages in a more efficient way, enabling automatic activation of certain features, as well as remembering your preferences and making the interaction between you and our Services quicker, easier and smoother.
Information on the cookies used on our Website and the reasons for which we use them, is contained below:
- Session cookies – these are stored in a temporary memory during a browsing session and are deleted when the browser is closed. The Website uses strictly necessary cookies that are necessary for the normal operation of our Website. If you disable these, your experience on our Website may be reduced.
- Persistent cookies
– these types of cookies are set by our third-party service providers, for
example, third party web traffic analytics companies who monitor and analyse your
engagement with our Website for data analytics purposes. These types of cookies are
typically held for longer periods of time (approximately 1 year) according to the
cookies policies of such third-party service providers (which we have no control over).
These cookies fall under the following categories:
- Analytical/performance cookies – These are cookies which collect anonymous visitor data. They enable us to see how visitors navigate throughout the Website and help to ensure visitors are able to access what they are looking for with ease.
- Functionality cookies – These types of cookies are useful when we need to identify you in the case of repeated visits, as it allows us, for example, to store your preferences for the next visit; and
- Targeting cookies – These cookies help to make our Website more relevant to your interests as they track the pages you click on and the links you visit.
You may disable cookies by changing the settings on your internet browser which enables you to turn off the setting of all or some cookies. However, it is important to note that some features of the Website and Services may not operate properly and the overall online experience may become limited if you decide to disable all cookies.
To discover more information about cookies, how they work, and how you might disable them, we recommend the website: www.allaboutcookies.org.
Links to other services and websites
Using your information
- Maintaining the safety and security of our Website;
- Measuring or ascertaining the relevance of the content displayed to you;
- Improving and customising our Services by performing research or conducting analytics;
In addition, we may share anonymised Non-Personal Information in order to comply with applicable laws, regulations and other governmental authority requirements, or to comply with any request by a court of competent jurisdiction or similar legal process.
Sharing your information
Any anonymised information that we gather might be shared by us in the following ways:
- Service providers and
Your anonymised data may be shared by the Company with certain trusted business partners and third-party service providers, in order to make it possible for them to perform their functions and process data on our behalf, such as:
- Performing research, technical diagnostics or analytics; and
- Communicating promotional and informational materials.
- Other disclosures
Your Non-Personal Information might be shared and disclosed by us to auditors, advisers and any potential purchasers or investors in the Company. We may also disclose such anonymised data to our subsidiaries and affiliates.
In the event of a corporate transaction in which the Company has any interest, including for example, the sale of a significant part of the Company's business, a merger or the purchase of any business or asset by the Company, we may disclose your Non-Personal Information to the prospective vendor or purchaser of such business or assets.
In addition to the above, information submitted by you through the Services, might also be disclosed if we believe that disclosure of such anonymised information is helpful or reasonably necessary in order to comply with any legal obligation, applicable law or governmental request; enforce any intellectual property or other legal rights; take action regarding any illegal activities or other wrongdoing, suspected fraud or security issues; enforce our policies; exercise our rights to contest legal claims; and prevent harm to the rights or safety of us, yourself or any third-party.
Retention of your information
If we ever collect Personal Information for any purpose you will be given the choice to restrict such collection to prevent the collection of your Personal Information.
Securing and transferring your information
It is important for us to provide sufficient security for the Services as well as for any anonymised information we collect. Accordingly, implementation and maintenance of security is provided with considerable care: we employ industry standard procedures and policies to prevent unauthorised use of any such information. Even though we make significant efforts to safeguard any information, we make no warranty that we will be able to prevent unlawful access to that information or any exploitation of our Services.
Regretfully, transmitting information over the internet is not totally secure. Although we endeavour to protect all the anonymised information we collect, we are unable to guarantee that such information shall be secure.
As we operate on a global basis, we might need to transfer your data to countries inside and outside of the European Union (“EU”). In this regard, it should be noted that the data protection and other laws of such countries outside of the EU may be less comprehensive than the laws and regulations which apply to the EU – in such cases, all measures reasonably necessary will be taken by us to grant any of our data a similar level of protection .
It should be emphasized that if you are under 18 years old, you must not use the Services or provide any Personal Information to us. These Services are not designated for individuals under this age.
Information about us
Questions regarding the Services or the information that we collect about you and about our use of the Services, should be sent to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Any data collected by us through our contact forms is not processed by us.