Privacy Policy

Our Privacy Policy – Protecting Your Data

Upholding and safeguarding your privacy remains one of our key priorities, and we remain committed to protecting your personal data and its usage while online.

So, here’s a breakdown of our privacy policy and the steps that we take to ensure that you stay safe when gambling through our partners.

1. Privacy Notice and Third-Party Links

In this notice, we’ll explain how we collect and process your personal data in line with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) 2016/679 of May 2018.

In this respect, we serve as the data controller and are responsible for the collation and processing of your personal data on this website. However, we’re not responsible for the way in which third-parties collect or share your data, as we have no control over these entities and they will adhere to their own unique privacy policy.

So, when clicking through to one of the operators listed on our platform, you must take additional steps to safeguard your own personal data and we’d definitely recommend that you review the relevant private notice when clicking through to a new site.

2. Changes to Our Privacy Notice and Your Responsibility to Us

In accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) 2016/679, you have specific rights and protections when wagering online.

However, you also have a duty to ensure that the personal data held by us and our operators is accurate and up-to-date, so we’d recommend that you keep the relevant parties informed of any changes during the course of your relationship.

3. What Data do Operators Collect About You?

Whenever your browse our site or those belonging to our operators, personal data (which enables you to be identified) may be collected, used, stored and transferred according to several different groupings.

These include identity, contact, financial, marketing and communications, profile, transaction and technical data sets, which can include everything from your name and address to your bank account details.

Operators may also collect, use and share aggregated data pertaining to statistical and demographic information for any purpose. This may be derived from personal data but is not considered personal data by law and can be sourced indirectly.

In the case of operators, they’re often required to collect personal data by law, according to your registration and the precise terms and conditions that they operate. Failing to provide such information may see your activity restricted and your account eventually closed, so you should keep this in mind when gambling online/

4. How is Your Data Collected?

Data can be collected through a number of different methods, namely direct and automated interactions, third parties or publicly available sources and technical channels.

Direct interactions will occur whenever you create an account, complete a financial transaction or use verticals on a specific website. This grouping also includes any response to marketing promotions, competitions and feedback, so you need to be aware of the interactions that you have with specific sites.

Automated and technical interactions occur without your direct knowledge, and often convey data about your equipment, browsing actions and patterns. This data is gathered by using cookies, server logs and similar technologies, and you can find more information in our Cookies Policy here.

You should also be aware of the data that operators may receive about through third-parties, such as social media sites, news resources, Companies House or associated professional bodies. Such data can be garnered when you tweet or share content from our site or one of our operators, and once again it’s worth keeping this in mind when browsing online.

5. How Can Your Data be Used?

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) 2016/679 dictates precisely when our site and those of our operators can use personal data. This is in the following circumstances:

• Where there’s a need to fulfil the contract or specific T&Cs
• Where it’s necessary for legitimate interests or those of a third-party
• Where there’s a need to comply with a legal or regulatory obligation
• Where there’s a request for information from law enforcement, courts or regulators
• Where there’s a need to detect and prevent crime
• Where there’s a need to protect the integrity of professional sports (for sports betting)
• Where there are issues or breaches of anti-money laundering regulations

In order to adequately safeguard your data when wagering online, it’s ultimately imperative that you take a proactive approach and review the privacy policy of every site that you visit.

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