As long as you’re into sports betting, you’re in excellent hands (“user” or “you”). Learn more about how we handle your personal information by reading our policy.

In terms of data protection, we own the information collected through the Service.

Here is how you can reach us:

We’ll put the data you provide to good use.

The data reveals how frequently consumers utilize a service.

Please note that we monitor your computer’s IP address when you use the Service. Depending on the type of device, operating system, and country of origin of a user, we may be able to learn more about them when they visit a website. To keep the service secure, as well as to identify and fix any issues, this data is collected. This information is used for these purposes.

We may gather additional information about you based on the resources and material you access through the Service.

According to another piece of data

We utilize server log files to keep track of how you and other users interact with the Service when you use it. Like, reblog, and commenting on other people’s content are instances of this practice.

There’s a lot of money to be made on this site.

A lot of personal information is required when you buy something or inquire about our services through the Service. We may also need information regarding your payment method, such as a credit card number (valid credit card number, card brand, expiration date, etc.).

An entity that does not belong to you.

To use the Service, you must provide it access to your personal information and network contacts.

There are no personal details that should be shared in your profile, online chat, or any other interactive portion of the Service. These areas are accessible to anybody who uses the Service, and whatever you post here is open to the public.

Utilizing the information you’ve supplied to its full potential

If you provide us with the essential information, we can provide you with a smooth, efficient, and personalized service. We’ll use the information we gather from the Service to do the following:

Marketing is our specialty, and we’re here to help you out.

Analyze and collect anonymous statistical data and analyses for internal use or to share with other parties.

Creating and maintaining an account is a breeze.

You’ll receive personalized advertisements, coupons, newsletters, and other messages about promotions and the Service.

We’re here to answer any questions you may have about our products and services via email.

The ability of users to communicate with one another is essential.

Orders, payments, and other parts of the service will be your responsibility.

You’ll be able to use the Service more effectively once you’ve created a profile for yourself.

Improve the service’s effectiveness and efficiency.

You have the option of paying and receiving a refund, or the reverse.

Respond to a subpoena and assist law enforcement if requested.

Keep an eye out for criminal activity such as robbery and theft.

Take a look at what is causing the issue and try to find an answer.


Contracts must be carried out, or else they will be voided.

Please provide us with information about your membership and the games you play if you want to make use of our services (like the name of the game and a link to a gameplay video). According to our contractual responsibilities, we use this information to deliver our services to you via the Service. (Testing games and providing developers with market insights and best practices). To help you out, we’ve included some information for your convenience. Let’s see what else I can come up with.


On occasion, we may make use of the information in your account to send you notifications about new services, deals, and products. We can only achieve this if you give us complete freedom to act on our own (i.e., based on your consent).

Before we use cookies for personalization and analytics, we will ask for your permission. Because of this legal rationale, your permission is required before we can utilize your data.

By contacting us, you can change your mind at any moment. If someone withdraws their consent, the processing is still permissible under current law.

Legally permissible interests

For the sake of future collaboration and publication, we will make use of the information provided by you on the HC game test request form.

Additionally, we use your IP address and traffic data to improve and debug the Service’s performance. Ultimately, this is a win-win for everyone.

If you don’t, you’ll be breaking the law.

Account information may be used to pay taxes and other financial responsibilities in the nation where we operate.

Your personal information may be shared.

Your personal information may be accessed by others. The following applications could make use of the information you provide:

If you want to safeguard your rights or abide by the law.

To protect your rights, property, and safety; to investigate or correct potential violations of our policies; or to safeguard the rights and safety of others, we may share your personal information with third parties. Any applicable law, rule, or regulation must be adhered to if that is the case. To reduce fraud and credit risk, this strategy involves exchanging information with other firms.

Various Third-Party Services are at your disposal.

We may share your personal information with third parties for a variety of purposes, including payment processing, data analysis, email delivery, customer service, and marketing. These service providers are legally required to sign contracts stating that they will protect our personal information following the GDPR.

The use of these vendors and contractors may lead to the transfer of personal data outside the EU. Providers of these services will be adequately protected to ensure that data protection regulations are observed when data is transported across borders. To discover more about us, we’ve included contact information at the end of this article.

Third-party vendors and contractors, on the other hand, can only use your data for our purposes.

Members of the community can talk to you about anything.

A description of your activities on the Service, such as inviting others to join or communicating with them as well as liking and following blogs you’ve found interesting may be seen by those who use the Service in the same way you do.


Our affiliates will be held to the same privacy protection requirements as us if we share your information with them. “Affiliates” are people who work for or collaborate with us. Any subsidiaries, joint venture partners, or other businesses that we own or control are included in this group of businesses.

Social media profiles of potential customers

If you connect to the Service using a social network, your name, profile photo, and descriptions of what you’re doing will be visible to your friends and acquaintances.

Selling your house or declaring bankruptcy: which is worse?

In the event of a reorganization, the sale of some or all of our assets, a merger, or an acquisition, we may disclose your information to the new company. If we were to go out of business or declare bankruptcy, your personally identifiable information would be sold or given away.

No one else will have access to this information unless we explicitly declare differently in this privacy notice.


Cookies, tracking pixels, and other technologies are some of the tools we use to keep tabs on how you interact with the Service