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Our Privacy Policy

The team at put privacy above anything else. For transparency, we request that you (“you” or “the user”) carefully read the following document, which comprises our full Privacy and Cookie Policy (collectively referred to as the “Privacy Policy”). The purpose of this Privacy Policy prepared by us (the “Company”, “we” or “us”) is to inform you of the procedures we follow in respect to the data we collect and process via our website (the “Website”). It is also meant to explain why we follow such procedures and what we might do with the data we collect from you, with your permission.

At you will find various information with the aim of keeping you up to date with the gaming industry, and to relevant interesting gaming sites. Such information might be interspersed with links or adverts that lead you to third-party content, and specifically external, third-party websites (collectively with the Website referred to as the “Services”). Any such websites you go on to visit are outside of the Website’s influence and the Company carries no responsibility for the content present on them. This Privacy Policy does not cover those external websites. If you choose to share any data with third-party websites, please read carefully through their own privacy policies first.

This Privacy Policy is an essential component of our Terms of Service, which are incorporated here by reference.

Types of collected information

Non-personal Information

When you use our Services, the only information that may be collected from you will be anonymous and non-identifiable, which means it will not contain any hint as to your identity and it cannot be traced back to you or any other user. Such information will hereafter be referred to as “Non-Personal Information”.

During our collection of Non-Personal Information, we may gather information transmitted directly by the device you are using to access our Website. This may comprise usage and technical data, such as the type and model of device you are using, the type and version of your system software, and your anonymised IP address. We may also collect data about the language in which you use our Website, and aggregated data about when you access our Website and for how long. Finally, we may also gather data on the sections of our Website you spend time in, and in what ways you use them.

All of the above information is collected anonymously and aggregated into statistics that help us upgrade, update and improve our Website. None of this information can be traced back to any specific user.

The reason websites, including ours, use ‘cookies’ is to differentiate between you and other users of our Website. By being able to separate you from others, we can offer you a personalised experience that presents you with your settings and options of choice every time you access our Website, making your experience of it smoother and more enjoyable. It also aids us in ensuring that the Website functions successfully and provides you with all the data you are interested in.

‘Cookies’ are small bits of data which are automatically transferred to your device when you browse websites in order to help the Website distinguish between users. Via the cookies users are provided with a faster and more professional service, since they do not have to select their preferences all over again every time they access the Website. Our Website uses a number of different cookies, which all have different functions, as you can see below:

Session cookies

As the name suggests, these cookies are short-lived and are only stored on your device while your browser session is still active. Once you close your browser, they are automatically discarded. These cookies make your experience on our Website more efficient, and if you disable them you may note a slowing-down in the Website’s performance and functionality.

Persistent cookies

These cookies are stored for longer periods of time (up to 1 year) as they serve various analytical and data aggregation purposes. While our Website does not use persistent cookies, our third-party affiliates do. There are three types of persistent cookies:

Functionality cookies

These cookies help to differentiate between users on repeat visits, and they allow websites to provide you with your preferences, and to keep track of repeat visits and new users;

Analytical/performance cookies

These cookies collect non-personal user data, which is then aggregated in order to understand visitors’ interests and movements through the Website better, so as to be able to structure the Website in the most attractive and efficient manner; and

Targeting cookies

These type of cookies track the users’ movements along the Website in order to ensure that the Website’s content is relevant and interesting to users.

It is important to keep in mind that no information gathered by any of the types of cookies above can in any way be traced to specific users. While you may disable cookies by accessing your browser settings and disabling cookies from there, this will most probably hinder the accessibility of our Website and reduce its performance for you.

Your continued patronage of our Website is equal to your informed consent to our use of cookies and other internet-based tracking technologies which have been detailed in this Privacy Policy.

The current Privacy Policy is only applicable to, and no other websites. It does not apply to third-party websites that are accessible via links on our Website. Such third-party websites are independent entities, and as such they have their own privacy policies. Before you share any information with those websites, you should acquaint yourself closely with their privacy policies.

We are not responsible for any information that is shared by users with external third-party websites.

Using your information

Outside of the above purposes listed in this document for collecting data from our users, the data that we gather from our users may also be used for the following reasons:

  • To decide how relevant the content on our Website is to the interests of our users
  • To conduct analytical exercises in order to update and improve our Services; and
  • To ensure and strengthen the safety and security of our Website.

A final way in which we may use users’ anonymous data is if we are requested to share it with legal authorities in order to comply with the relevant laws and regulations, or to submit to an official court request for information or an equivalent legal undertaking.

Sharing your information

The Non-Personal Information that we collect from you might be shared with external parties for the following reasons:

Service providers and others

Our Website collaborates with certain trusted third-party companies who carry out specific data analysis functions for us. We might share the anonymous data we collect from you with them in order for them to carry out the following functions:

  • Technical analytics, diagnostics or research and statistics gathering.
  • Disseminating informational or promotional materials.

Information-sharing, processing and storing activities by third-party entities, when done on the Website’s behalf, will be carried out strictly following the procedures and rules listed in this Privacy Policy and expected by all applicable laws.

Other Disclosures

We may share your anonymous data with other external parties for a number of other reasons. This may include sharing information with auditors, business advisers and any potential buyers or investors in our Company. Information may also be shared with our business subsidiaries and affiliates for business purposes.

If the Company becomes involved in any major corporate transaction such as selling part of the business, merging with another company, or buying a significant other business or asset, users’ Non-Personal Information may be shared with the prospective parties involved.

A final reason we may need to release Non-Personal Information gathered from our users is if we believe that it will be a necessary or reasonably helpful step in dealing with a legal obligation, governmental request or relevant law; taking action against illegalities, suspected fraud or security breaches; ensuring the integrity of intellectual property or other legal rights; enforcing our Company’s policies; preventing harm to the Company, our users or any related third-party; or exercising the Company’s rights to contest legal claims and protect its legal rights.

Retention of your information

Any Personal Information that you choose to share with us via forms or emails that you send to us will be stored by the Company only if you grant us permission to do so. You can control and restrict the ways in which we gather and store information related to you.

Securing and transferring your information

In order to ensure that our Website and any data gathered by it and maintained by it are safe, we employ the most up-to-date, cutting-edge security technologies currently used in the industry. We do this both to ensure the safety of collected data, as well as to prevent any unauthorised breaches to our Website. However, we cannot guarantee the 100% security of data despite using the most reliable security methods available and ensuring that we follow strict security policies when dealing with data.

Unfortunately, any data transfer over the medium of the internet carries a certain risk with it. While we make all reasonable effort to maintain the integrity and security of the Non-Personal Information we collect from users, we cannot offer any guarantees that this information will be entirely secure.

The Company is a global entity which might need to transfer data from one business branch to another. This means that data will travel among and between regions with varying data protection and other relevant laws. Some of these regions might have less strict data management laws than others. As such, we will endeavour to take all reasonably necessary measures to protect the data and treat it with consistent care while it is in our possession.


We cannot stress strongly enough that our Website and Services are not designed for minors. Content and third-party links have all been created with adult users in mind. If you are aware of any users of our Website who are under 18 years of age, kindly inform us.

Updates to the Privacy Policy

We advise you to become closely acquainted with this Privacy Policy since it informs you of the ways in which we manage data that we collect from you. We also recommend that you visit this page regularly to keep yourself updated on any changes in the policy that may occur, as we revise the document regularly to ensure that it reflects any legal and company-related policy changes. On this page you can always find the latest version of our Privacy Policy.

Information about us

If you have any further queries on the way in which we collect, process and manage user data, or would like any clarification on the above Privacy Policy, please do not hesitate to contact us.