What Information We Collect
Unidentified data or non-personal information doesn’t reveal your identity. Technical information is transmitted by your computer through cookies. This data and other non-personal information can include the pages visited, time spent on pages, clicks and actions, your operating system, language preference and the time you accessed the site, etc.
Your individual data is information that makes you identifiable. The most common piece of individual data that we collect is your email address. It’s collected when you subscribe to a service, register or contact us.
Other potentially identifiable information we may collect includes technical data, such as your IP address, device identifier, browser type, time zone, location, etc. While some of this information on its own isn’t identifiable, we may combine it with individual data, in which case, we treat it all as personal information.
How We Use Your Information
There are laws that state how we can use your personal data, and we strictly adhere to them. When we use data, it’s solely for the purpose of operating and improving the website. We don’t share your information with third parties without your consent, and only use it when necessary for our legitimate interests and when your fundamental rights don’t override those interests.
We use technical and other types of data to provide you with our services. It helps us enhance the functionality of the site to provide a better user experience. This could include analysis of which parts of the site are most interesting and helpful to visitors and to personalise the user’s experience. We may also access this data for analysis to resolve issues and address complaints fairly.
If you have given us consent to process your data legally and to contact you, we may use your data to communicate with you, respond to queries and keep you updated. You are entitled to withdraw that consent at any time. To do so you will need to click the unsubscribe button in our emails or contact us directly to ask for communications to stop.
User Data Security
We implement all reasonable security measures in order to carry out our duty of safeguarding your private information. We maintain the security of the site and your data at all times. One of the tools we use is encryption technology. Through Secure Socket Layer (SSL), we prevent unauthorised access and exploitation of personal information.
We use industry-standard procedures and policies to ensure data safety. These include strict procedures that we follow in case we suspect a breach of visitor data. In such cases, we’ll inform you and any relevant authorities. If you believe there has been a breach or an attempted breach of your personal information, you can contact us.
Cookies and Tracking Technologies
Cookies remember details about your browsing session. We collect data connected to preferences and patterns to improve your experience when visiting the site. Improvements can include site navigation, tailoring content and promotion of relevant products or third-party products.
There are several types of cookies, including first and third-party ones, ones that last for a session, and others that stay for longer:
- Identification cookies ‒ necessary cookies for logging in and browsing unimpeded.
- Performance cookies ‒ also known as analytical cookies, they connect with third parties, such as Google Analytics, for us to track your interaction with us.
- Functionality cookies ‒ these help us remember your preferences.
The site and its contents are intended for individuals of legal gambling age. It isn’t aimed at or intended for children. When collecting data, we do so for the intended users of the site. We never knowingly collect personal information from children who are under the legal gambling age.
Your Legal Rights
You have several rights connected to your data and how we collect and use it. We’ve outlined your rights below:
- Right to Access: You have the right to request access to the personal information we hold about you. Your request can include details about how and why your data is being processed.
- Right to Restrict Processing: You have the right to request the limitation of processing of your personal data in certain circumstances. Those circumstances include when processing is unlawful, or your data is thought to be inaccurate.
- Right to Erasure: You can request to have your personal data deleted when it’s no longer necessary for the purpose for which it was collected. You can also request deletion if you withdraw your consent for processing.
- Right to Rectification: You have the right to request corrections or updates to ensure the accuracy of your data if you believe it to be inaccurate or incomplete.
- Right to Data Portability: You can request your personal data to be provided to you in a commonly used, structured, machine-readable format. Through this right, you can transfer your data to another service provider.
- Right to Object: You can object to the processing of your personal data, including cases linked to direct marketing purposes and legitimate interests.
- Right to Withdraw Consent: You have the right to withdraw your consent in cases where we rely on your consent as the legal basis for processing your personal data.
- Right to Lodge a Complaint: You have the right to lodge a complaint if you believe your rights have been violated. You can contact the relevant data protection authority.