Sports betting risk disclosing personally identifiable information while using online sports betting services. You have special rights and safeguards when it comes to the processing of your personal information thanks to this privacy notice, the EU data protection legislation, and other regulations. We are the “data controller” of your information on our site because we determine the purposes for and the means of processing it for sports betting. Our processing of your data is permitted and required by law, including the General Data Protection Regulation and other EU laws, as described in this Privacy Statement.
Multiple types of data and the purpose behind processing them
To fulfill our contractual obligations to you, learn from your input to improve our services, create new ones, ensure the integrity of sports betting, and reach the aforementioned objectives, we need to process various forms of personal data. Details on the data we collect and why we collect it are provided below.
Evidence of Identities Data
Data That Can Be Used to Identify an Individual (PII) When you sign up for sports betting account with us, we collect and process information like your email address, username, display name, and the system-generated ID. You permit us to process your name, address, phone number, and maybe your mobile phone number if you provide them in your profile.
Finally, we may, under some conditions, ask for a copy of an official government ID (such as a passport) from you to help us verify your identity. Entering your address is optional, but may be required if you win a prize that needs to be shipped to you.
When you join up for our sports betting services, your personal information is processed in a way that makes it easy to tell you apart from any other customers we may have. We will use the email address you provide to send you newsletters and service announcements.
It is totally up to you whether or not you want to use your real first and surname names, home and mobile phone numbers, and physical addresses. If you provide us with further information, we may be able to make your user account more customized and give you more ways to get in touch with us.
If you are a winner in one of our contests and are eligible to receive a reward, we will need your full name, postal address, phone number, and a copy of your photo ID to verify your identity and give you your winnings.
Whenever you access sports betting, we collect and process electronic identifiers, including your Internet Protocol address, browser type and version, operating system, and the time of your login. When a user logs into one of the social media networks to make a sports betting, the network sends us a “social token.”
We use your device’s IP address to establish a connection to our server and to learn information about your general location; this information may be used to tailor the service we provide to you (for example, to provide appropriate content for your language of choice and gambling-related content that is legal in your country).
In the event of any technical difficulties, we may also need this information to resolve them. The IP address of the user’s device may also be checked in cases of a suspicious activity or identity theft to prevent the user from re-registering on the website.
If you choose to sign in using a social network, none of your profile or account information will be shared with us. Signing in with a social network account will create an authentication token that will be used solely for authentication purposes.
If we survey our website users about their experiences with particular providers of gambling-related services or products, we may additionally collect and use personally identifiable information from you as part of that research. Thus, we may handle data such as your online account, identifier, age, postcode, betting preferences, and possibly even audio and video recordings.
Because survey responses are temporary, we will only use them to contact you, verify your eligibility to gamble, select a representative sample, solicit feedback on our gambling offerings and online gambling service providers, conduct research, award a prize, and announce the winner.
Confidentiality of the financial statements is usually not available
Banking industry authentication paperwork – The information you provide about how you would want to be paid (Component, IBAN, SWIFT, and credit card details) will be used if you win a cash prize at one of our events. This is necessary so that we may send your prize to you.
Video and audio tapes A profile picture is optional but can be added to your profile. You can represent yourself on your profile by uploading a photo of yourself or another image. If you’d like, we can store your user profile picture so you may give your profile a more human touch.
On our end, cookies are used quite frequently.
How We Guard Your Data
We won’t collect or store sensitive information about you unless we need to achieve the aforementioned goals.
We take all the necessary precautions to ensure that your personal information is secure and is not lost, misused, accessed, disclosed, altered, stolen, or otherwise processed in violation of the law.
Get what is legally mine
To make an informed decision about whether or not to proceed with our commercial partnership, you have a right to know the specifics of how your data is being handled and how this may affect you.
Included is information necessary for the lawful and transparent processing of your data, such as the recipients of the data (particularly if they are located in a foreign country), the reason(s) and regulatory basis(s) for processing your user information, and any other relevant information.
If you have questions about whether or not we are processing personal information about you, the specific uses to which that information is being put, your legal rights regarding that information, or if you would like to request access to that information, please contact us using the details provided below.
If you find inaccurate information about yourself, you have the right to have it corrected. You have the right to have your personal information updated if it is inaccurate or incomplete, so long as doing so does not compromise the original purpose for which the data was collected.