Privacy Policy

Hello guys and girls,

According to recently enacted European Union privacy regulations — the General Data Privacy Regulation (GDPR), to be more specific — we are required to inform you of how we may collect and/or process any information that may have to do with you, the smartest gamblers on the planet, our loyal visitors, as you use our site. So here we go…

What We Don’t Do

First and foremost, to be perfectly clear, everything you find on our site is completely free to you. We don’t ask for any kind of information, such as your name or email address, in exchange for what we offer. In short, we do not collect your personal data in exchange for the services we provide. This should make it fairly obvious that we, therefore, cannot give away, sell, or share your personal information with any other person, company, organization or entity, nor would we do so anyway.

What We Do Do

As you browse through our pages we do make use of non-personally identifiable information in an effort to improve the quality of both the content we offer and your experience as you use the site. This happens in a completely automated fashion through scripts and programs running on our server and in your web browser.

To give you a few examples:

When your browser connects to our server, it will tell our server what language you are using. We can then use this information to serve you pages in your native language, if possible.

We make use of a geolocation database that lets us know which country your IP address is connecting from. This allows us to show you relevant recommendations for online casinos where you can play instead of wasting your time with lists of casinos that won’t accept your wagers.

We use analytics software to count the number of visitors to different pages on the site which helps us to determine what kind of content is most popular, so we can try our best to produce more like it.

None of this data allows us to personally identify or track any specific individual. It is used to see more general trends in our overall audience.

The Small Print

If it’s a really slow day, or you just need a break from a bad run at the slots, you can read a more detailed explanation of how we may process visitor data below:

Data That We Collect

Usage data – We collect specific information relating to your usage of this website. This data includes the pages you visited, the operators you clicked on, your IP address, the referring URL when arriving at the website, browser type, device type, screen resolution, language preferences, time of access.

Information Collection Methods

Usage data is collected through server logs and tracking pixels/scripts. The website also sends cookies to your system to enable processing of usage data.

How We Use This Information

Usage data is collected in order to improve the end user experience of the website and to facilitate the optimisation of the company’s marketing activities. It may also be used to aid the prompt and satisfactory response to user questions and requests. We may use the data to segment and personalise the website to you. We may also use the data to detect and prevent issues relating to security and fraudulent activity.

How This Information May Be Shared

Advertising partners – we may share usage data with advertising partners in order to refine performance and mitigate the risk of fraudulent activity.

Service providers – as with most organisations, some of our business functions are outsourced to contractors, such as web hosting services. Any personal data processing by such providers will be only for the specific purpose required in their specific role.

Law enforcement – where required by law we may share personal data, in order to meet legal obligations.

Potential buyers – we may disclose personal information to third parties and their advisors if we are approached in connection with the potential sale of part or all of our business.

Cookies And Tracking

Cookies are small data files that keep a record of certain data. We use cookies to improve our service and enhance the user experience by enabling analysis of user behaviour and usage. Overall, cookies help us provide you with a better website, by enabling us to monitor which pages you find useful and which you do not. A cookie in no way gives us access to your computer or any information about you, other than the data you choose to share with us. By using this website, you are consenting to the use of cookies. You can manage cookies from your browser, including disabling cookies entirely or deleting specific cookie files. Guides on how to control cookie support are available online for all major web browsers.

We use first-party cookies, served from our own domain, and third-party cookies, which are served through third-party domains/service providers. Third-party cookies are used to analyze website traffic and advertising/marketing performance. does not have access to any information stored in third-party cookies.

Lawful Data Processing

In reference to GDPR Article 6, Section 1, point f, it is hereby stated that processes the above-mentioned information in order to pursue our legitimate interests, which include the need to combat fraud, improve website experience, and analyse the performance of advertising campaigns.

Opting Out

You may choose to opt out of any further data processing by by discontinuing your use of the site.

Changes To This Policy

Any changes to this policy will be posted to this web page. It is the responsibility of the user to check this page periodically for any changes or updates. Changes to this policy shall be deemed effective at the time of publication.