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People worry about how their personal information is handled when they wager on sports. In light of GDPR, we’ve reevaluated how we handle consumer data in Europe.

By using sports betting apps, websites, and other content, you permit us to keep track of certain personal information about you. Your personal information is protected by this policy. Thus, it explains exactly how we acquire, use and dispose of your data. As well as your legal rights, we go over our procedures for managing information that could be used to identify you (commonly known as “personal data”).

Regardless of your connection with us or your legal rights, we will always use your personal information in line with the law. Rather than simply obeying traffic laws, our purpose is to make the world a better place. We, too, want to feel secure in our surroundings. What are we trying to accomplish here? It’s in your best interest.

How do you know that the information you provide is safe?

It is the responsibility of sports bettors to keep the personal information of those who wager on their games secure (your Data Controller). Individuals’ personal information is collected and utilized by the Data Controller.

Although we are required by law to protect your personal information, other companies may be able to access your data stored in our systems. To protect your personal information, organizations must follow the guidelines in this policy.

Making sports wagers while keeping your personal information safe

It is assumed that you have agreed to the following terms when you give Sports Betting your data via the website or another method:

No, there isn’t. Customers are not required to provide any personal information while placing a sports wager.

When it comes to sports betting, uses a variety of methods for processing data. What should be done in this situation is outlined in the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) (GDPR). Options abound for those concerned about the safety of their private data. The only person who will have access to your personal information is Sports Betting.

Is there any use made of the personally identifiable information of customers?

Personal data includes anything that can be used to identify a specific individual, such as their name or address. A person’s name does not get wiped out from any of the data (anonymous data). We can use, store, and transfer certain of your personal information.

Your username, first and last name, marital status, job title, date of birth, gender, and any other information you choose to share with us are all considered to be part of your Identity Data.

The “Contact Data” section also contains our phone and email addresses, in case you need to get in touch with us.

Your computer or other device needs to have a unique internet protocol (IP) address to connect to the internet. The phrases “login” and “password” are frequently used interchangeably by many people. This data includes your username and password, as well as the type of browser you used to access this page.

What can we do to be of assistance?

We can use your input to enhance our websites and services based on what you have to say. These are the people who work for our business:

Email is the finest way to spread information about new products and services. Direct marketing information is provided in the following.

You can utilize our systems and information for your own business or website if you have access to ours.

If we can optimize or target your adverts, we can do the same for you.

A discussion room or group can be set up for you to share your thoughts with us.

Those of us who are responsible for fulfilling our duties and upholding our legal rights must do so.

To put it simply, you can put your faith in us to disseminate your private information to a large number of people.

Having a large number of individuals working together is critical to the success of our organization and our products and services. Occasionally, these employees may need access to your data:

Analytics technologies like Hotjar and VWO are commonly used by those who work with us on projects. The term “data controllers” refers to people who work with this type of information. This group is referred to as “Data Controllers” since they are in charge of the administration and storage of the personal information they collect and utilize. Please check the Appendix below for our Cookie Policy if you want to ensure that analytics businesses do not view any of your personal information. If you prefer to read it online, there is a link here.

In addition to storing and managing your data, we employ cloud services for other purposes.

Citizen: So tell me, what are you selling?

You have the right to request at any time that we not use your personal information for the aforementioned objectives. Legality will not alter, regardless of how data was previously handled.

If Sports betting uses your personal information, you are entitled to a copy of it (including the purposes of the processing, the recipients to whom the personal data have been or will be disclosed, and the period for which the personal data will be stored).

Cookies are used on this site to enhance your browsing experience.

To enhance your online experience, we utilize “cookies” on our website.

There is widespread consumption of cookies.

Visit a website and you may come across “cookies,” “pixels,” or other kinds of technology. Create temporary storage locations for data files and information fragments on your computer by doing so. Your computer saves these files when you view the website and they remain there when you exit. You don’t have to re-enter your preferences, such as the language or font size, every time you visit a website or travel between pages.

Using cookies, you can keep tabs on the number of individuals who come to your site.

As a free service from Google Inc., we can use Google Analytics to get a better understanding of how people use the internet. Google Analytics makes use of cookies to keep tabs on how often people visit our website and what kinds of content are most popular among them.

We can also use them to get a sense of what the broader population thinks. Your brief IP address is logged and saved on a Google server in the United States for future reference. You can use this information to send us reports and learn more about how you use the site. Websites and the Internet as a whole can benefit from this knowledge. A third-party subpoena or court order might also compel Google to divulge personally-identifying information. Google employees have access to this information.