Privacy policy

Our “Privacy Policy” is what we refer to as “policy.” This policy explains how and why we collect, process, and use any information you provide on the website “Sports betting.”

We care about your privacy and the security of your personal information. Using the Website, we collect “Personal Information,” which is any information that can be used to identify you. This Policy states that this information will only be used by this Policy.

We need that you read and accept our Privacy Policy before using our site. Use this site if you agree with our policies and are willing to provide us with the personal information we require.

A new version of this policy will be posted on our website if we decide to make changes to it. You should visit this page frequently in case the Policy is revised to ensure that you are happy with the changes.

We use the information you provide us:

We can receive your Personal Information from a variety of sources. However, this does not include:

We receive and store the personal data you voluntarily provide to us by completing forms on our website.

You’ll need to provide us with your first and last name, email address, phone number, and Messenger ID, among other things. When you enter it into our system, it is yours. Answering your queries on our site, running it, keeping it safe, maintaining database backups, and communicating with you are all possible uses for it. This type of processing is permitted by contract.

Information we get about you as a result of your visit to our website

Your dynamic IP address, browser type, operating system, referral source, and other factors all play a role in what material you see and what products or games you purchase. You can also see how frequently and how long you use our Websites in the data we collect. The information gleaned from your visit history could be useful in the future. We do this legally to raise the standard of our products and services.

The c in cookie stands for a cookie.

Cookies are little files that are sent to your computer when you visit our website. There is a separate Cookie Policy section at the bottom of this page for further information on cookies and how to control them.

We’ll only give your information to people whose privacy we can vouch for.

We may thus disclose your Personal Information to any member of our corporate family, which includes our parent businesses, their parents, and all of their subsidiary companies, as well as any of their affiliates. For the reasons stated above, this is a need.

To manage risks, obtain expert advice, or defend against legal claims, we may disclose your Personal Information to our business partners and professional advisers as necessary, whether through a judicial process or an out-of-court procedure.

As required by data protection and privacy legislation, our employees and service providers have signed confidentiality agreements to preserve your Personal Information. Your Personal Information will never be sold or rented.

In addition to the aforementioned circumstances, we may disclose your Personal Information if required to do so by law.

Keeping the info on hand

We will only keep personal data for as long as is necessary to fulfill the purposes for which it was collected. We may store your personal information if doing so is necessary to meet a legal obligation or is in your or someone else’s best interest. We may also make changes to the information you provide and store it for analytical reasons only.

Cookies are governed by a set of regulations.

Cookies and other tracking technologies are used to gather information about how visitors use our website. This will allow us to improve our website indefinitely.

Cookies are saved by browsers on computers that have cookies installed. They don’t harm your computer in any way, and they’re virus-free. Cookies allow us to improve the speed, functionality, and security of our website.

It’s common for us to utilize cookies called “session cookies,” which last for a brief period. Nothing needs to be done after you’ve left. Others remain on your computer until they are deleted. A website might remember your browser when you return because of these cookies.

These are the cookies that our service providers employ.

To track how the Website is being used, we also use cookies from reputable companies. It aids in the improvement of our website to provide the best possible service to our visitors.

You can find out more about these firms and how they protect your personal information here.

Cookies are fine for me.

If you continue to use the Website without disabling, blocking, or opting out of cookies, you consent to our collection and use of your personal information in this manner.

How do you get rid of cookies?

Most current web browsers allow you to disable cookies if you don’t want to use them. You can also instruct your browser to notify you when cookies are being used, giving you the option of accepting or rejecting them.

You’ll see a decrease in the number of websites you visit if you turn off all cookies on your browser. You may not be able to use our website if you block all of our cookies.

Your rights are:

Additionally, you have the right to access your data and modify or delete it, restrict its use, and the right to transfer your data to another person or organization.

Refuse to permit someone else to do something you’ve previously given them.

As long as you have permitted us to use your data, you can at any moment notify us not to do so. Please get in touch with us if you want to exercise your legal right not to grant us consent.


You have a right to make a complaint with a supervisory authority if you believe your rights have been violated under the GDPR. At least one member state of the European Union can be chosen as the site to file your complaint.

If you have any concerns or questions about the security of your data, please do not hesitate to contact us. On the Contact page, you can find our phone number and email address.


People who don’t have a right to see it, people who use it unlawfully, people who lose it, and people who destroy it are all threats to your privacy.

Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) encryption ensures that no one else can see the information you send to us via the Website. Keeping your information safe both physically and digitally is part of our job, but you should also do your part. You can protect yourself against viruses by using anti-virus software and keeping it updated. Use strong passwords for all logins on your computer or mobile device, as well as password-protecting your device.