Privacy & Cookies Policy

This page deals with the Cookies Policy and the various types of cookies that you receive when you visit our website. Understanding how we use cookies will help you manage them as you see appropriate.

To get the best possible gaming experience, you need to know that you will be asked to read and consent to our cookies policy. Opting in and out of cookies will be explained in greater detail in this text’s Accepting or Rejecting Cookies section.

What Are Cookies?

When we talk about cookies, we normally refer to the small pieces of data sent by a website server to your web browser, hard drive, or processor memory. The purposes of cookies vary from helping the user to have a better website experience to assisting a user in navigating a site.

This is achieved by storing the user’s login data and chosen preferences. This, in turn, results in a better and faster browsing experience which is particularly useful when the user returns to our site.

Types of Cookies

There are various cookies, but the broadest differentiation is between ‘essential’ and ‘non-essential’ cookies. These are the two largest classes of cookies and include several different types of cookies within them.

‘Essential’ Cookies

Essential cookies are crucial to making your gaming experience with us possible. These are fundamental when it comes to providing a given service which you can find on our website or help with data transmission through the network. Without these cookies, your online experience would not be possible as you currently know it.

We organize these cookies in the following way:

  • Security cookies called first-party cookies which are used when a repeated failed attempt to log in is detected.
  • Security cookies called first-party cookies store data you enter on online forms or pages.
  • Security cookies used to block login system abuse.

It is in’s legitimate interests that you use security cookies. Specifically, the legitimate interest here is that using security cookies of this type ensures that you get to experience our website’s functions properly.

‘Non-Essential’ Cookies

Non-essential cookies, as the name implies, are not essential for the operations of a website. These fall into three broad categories: functional cookies, analytical cookies – also known as performance cookies, and targeting cookies – also known as advertising cookies.

‘Functional’ Cookies

Functional cookies ensure that a website functions to its maximum operating capacity. They maximize the website’s user-friendly performance but are not essential for the basic operations of the website and its functionality.

‘Analytical’ Cookies

Analytical cookies, also known as performance cookies, track your behavior on our website. They give us a clear idea of what a user does on our website. And while not essential for our website’s operations, they still collect information that helps us customize how our website meets a user’s needs.

All data which is collected via analytical cookies is collected on an anonymous basis. Our legitimate interest in doing this is to make sure that we improve our website’s operations by gathering information about how players use our website.

 ‘Targeting’ Cookies

As the name of the targeting or advertising cookies implies, their use is strictly limited to advertising purposes. They can be used to display advertisements based on where your interests lie and what websites you have visited in the past and to then remarket that content to you.

The legitimate interest that has when it comes to using advertising cookies is to present ads to you. We process information that we obtain from advertising cookies for our legitimate interest

‘First Party’ and ‘Third Party Cookies

Another classification of cookies is the so-called first-party and third-party cookies. This division is based on who sends the cookies.

First-party cookies are those placed by our website on your device. These can be both essential and non-essential cookies, meaning that all of the above-mentioned necessary cookies, as well as the analytical, functional, and advertising cookies, are sent to your browser, hard drive, or processing memory from our domain.

Third-party cookies, on the other hand, are sent from third-party website domains. They analyze your use of our website and are essentially used to display third-party domain advertisements to you. We use the following ‘third’ party cookies:

  • Third-party advertisement cookies by Adroll. They are used to display ads that align with your interests.

To find out how Adroll uses cookies and how they use your information, visit their Privacy Policy page at

‘Persistent’ and ‘Session’ Cookies

The final grouping of cookies can be made is the division made solely on how long cookies last after they are placed on your browser. As the names imply, one group is limited to a certain amount of time while the other can expire after a while or be deleted.

Session cookies last only during the time in which your browser is open. After you close your browser, they expire and are effectively deleted.

Persistent cookies are cookies that expire after a fixed time. You can also manually delete persistent cookies.

Other Embedded Technologies

There are other technologies with similar properties to cookies that uses on its website. These include embedded web beacons and Facebook Pixel.

Web Beacons

Web beacons are those GIF images you see whenever you access a page. They are activated only when you visit a website with web beacons or once you open a marketing email. That way, you show interest in the content that you have seen, and embedded web beacons track that interest so that they can use that information in the future.

Web beacons are not saved on your drive; the only way you can do that is if you manually download the GIF image with embedded web beacons. Another important thing is that they transmit data when accessed, but they do not access any information on your device.

Web beacons show how often you visit ads or website pages. In addition, web beacons also track browser information, when you have received and opened a company’s marketing email, location, and IP address.

Some browsers limit web beacons and how often you see them by giving you the ability to restrict access to GIF images that have web beacons. They can also help you stop web beacons from sending information to their source. You can block GIF images by selecting the ‘do not display images’ option in your browser, and you can prevent web beacons from sending data back to their source by choosing ‘block trackers and ccookies

At, we use web beacons because it is in our legitimate interest to analyze our website’s performance and the effectiveness of our various email marketing campaigns.

Facebook Pixel

Facebook Pixel is the technology advertisers use to advertise their business on Facebook. In essence, it is a tracking code that works by helping websites see how well their Facebook advertisements do. Their results help them optimize their marketing campaigns by creating retargeting advertisements and forming custom target audiences.

Facebook is the website that collects all the data on how we at use Facebook Pixel and then uses that information to work on improving the advertisements which are shown on the Facebook website. Facebook also provides third parties with statistical analysis of how well their ads are performing. To find out more about Facebook’s privacy policy and how it uses the information they gather about you, visit

Accepting or Rejecting Cookies

You can choose to use or not to use cookies in various ways. We call this opting in and out of cookies. The first thing you should remember, however, is that even though you can block cookies, that will definitely interfere with how you use our website. In other words, you won’t be able to experience our website’s maximum functionality if you opt-out of cookies.

Even if you can get most of the website working close to its optimum capacity, some features will still be unusable. Furthermore, you delete cookies that store your preferences by opting completely out of cookies. You can go to websites such as to read more about which preferences and functions you might render unusable should you wish to opt-out of cookies.

Adjusting Your Browser Settings

Opting in and out of cookies is done by adjusting your browser preferences. You can follow the links for the most popular browsers’ cookies preference pages and see how you can opt-out of cookies.

Three of these browsers, Chrome, Microsoft Edge, and Firefox, enable you to browse pages in incognito mode. By browsing like this, you limit the number of cookies sent to you and automatically delete persistent cookies.

Google Ads and Google Analytics Settings

To opt-out of personalization ads on Google, you should unselect the section which reads ‘Also use Google Account activity and information to personalize ads on these websites and apps and store that data in your Google Account’ and then go to Google Ads settings page and switch off the section which says ‘Ads Personalisation’ –

Another option is installing a browser plug-in at The plug-in is free.

You can also opt-out of Google Analytics. To do this you simply install the browser add-on found on

Prevent Facebook Tracking

Facebook can also be limited in its attempts to track you. To do this, you need to install the add-on tool ‘Disconnect Facebook pixel and FB tracking If you use Chrome, you can find the add-on at

Digital Advertising Alliance in Europe

Finally, you can opt-out of companies such as Facebook by visiting the Digital Advertising Alliance in Europe’s website. You can access the website on this link

When you open the website, you first find and select your country, then click on ‘Your Ad Choices’ and click the ‘Off’ button on the companies you want to block.