Types of information collected
Please be aware that some personal and non-personal information will be collected automatically by our servers when you use our site.
Personal information is primarily collected for the purpose of identifying the user. It is required when creating a personal account or subscribing to a service. In general, in these cases, you will be asked to provide information about yourself: full name, email address, home address, or telephone number. This data will be stored securely.
But this is not the only type of information we collect at this time. Non-personal information is also collected. This is done to improve the functionality of our services and provide results that meet your expectations.
We also collect other more technical information from the device you are using, such as IP address, type, and version of the browser you are using (Chrome, Firefox, Safari 5 for Mac, Internet Explorer, Opera, etc.), information about the type of device and its operating system, language choice, time zone, the domain name of websites you visit, etc.
Disclosure or sharing of your information
Only in circumstances where we are permitted by law to do so, we have rights of disclosure and sharing of information we have collected. Your personal information is used only when necessary, especially if you have given us your consent by filling in a form.
The data we have collected, which may contain personal information, will be used for the following purposes:
- To communicate with you
- To inform you by email about updates, news offers that may be of interest to you, etc.
- To develop our services
- To provide you with information
- To help you with any problems you may have using our services.
How long do we keep the data
All data collected by us, whether personal or not, will be stored securely and confidentially for as long as you allow. If you wish, you can change it at any time. For example, you can delete information that you no longer wish us to retain, except that we are required to retain it by applicable law. You must contact us and let us know by email to do this.
Protection of your data
In order to protect your data against loss, theft, or hacking, we have put in place the necessary security measures. These security measures have been established and implemented in accordance with legal provisions. This is to ensure that the processing, use, and storage of data comply with the applicable legal requirements.
Therefore, we would like to reassure each of our users that we take all necessary measures to protect personal data. Furthermore, your personal data will not be shared with or disclosed to third parties except as required by applicable law and/or with the user’s consent.
Legal age of players
Since casinos involve gambling, the law sets a limit on the legal age of players. This law may vary from country to country. In Canada, the legal age for a casino player depends on the province he or she comes from. But in general, it is over 18.
Only in Quebec, Alberta, and Manitoba does the law set the age limit for players at a minimum of 18. In the other provinces: British Columbia, Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Saskatchewan, Yukon, Newfoundland, and Labrador, the minimum age for gambling in casinos is 19.
Note that in Canada, a person is considered an adult at the age of 18. But when it comes to playing in a casino, it is set at 19. This legal age limit is enforced and verified in all Canadian gaming rooms and online casinos. So if you are under 19, or in some areas under 18, you are not allowed to use our services. As a result, you are also not entitled to provide us with your personal data.
In accordance with this law, we reserve the right to carry out checks by asking you to provide us with your personal data.