Privacy statement


  1. Preface
  3. Goals for personal data
  4. Receiving party’s
  5. Storage period
  6. Security
  7. Rights
  8. Obligations

1. Preface

This privacy statement informs you on the way we use your personal data. We will inform you on where we store data and how we use it. In this statement, we will also focus on your rights and our duties when it comes to your personal data. This privacy statement has been made in accordance to the GDPR.

This privacy statement may occassionally be changed. This can be the result of, among other things, legislative changes. It is therefore advisable to periodically consult the privacy statement.


At this moment, you are reading the privacy statement of is a company that engages in providing information about casino games. Among other things, reviews are placed by game providers.

There are situations in which your personal data will be collected by It is important that you know what is being done with the data and how you can indicate your wishes about your data. That is the meaning of this statement.

Do you not feel comfortable about using your personal data? Then be sure to contact us.

3. Goals for data collection

There are a number of goals that collects your personal information for. These goals are explained below.

1. Making contact

Your data is collected when you contact via the website. Obviously, only relevant data is required here.

2. Invoices

As you may know, each company has a duty to invoice and to collect these invoices. After all, the invoices are required for making the tax return.

3. Ip address log

We need your personal data for sending a quotation. This way we know to whom the quotation should be addressed.

4. Newsletters

Every now and then newsletters are sent to customers from E-mail addresses are collected for this.

5. Google Analytics

Data is also used for Google Analytics. This benefits the management of This is in an anonymous form.

4. Receiving parties

For the operation of it is necessary to hire an accountant. The auditor will therefore receive data, among other data that are mentioned on invoices.

1. Bookkeeper has engaged an accountant for good administration. This receives certain (personal) data.

2. Hosting arranges the hosting itself.

3. Overview of cookies also uses cookies. What do cookies serve for? By placing the cookies mentioned below, it is possible for to store information that is necessary for the business operations of



This Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) helps to prevent attacks.


Identifies the current session.


This cookie is being used to collect information about who is visiting a website.

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5. Storage period

Your data will be kept for a longer period of time by Of course, your data will never be kept longer than necessary for carrying out the necessary activities. This is the case unless has to keep your data for longer due to a statutory regulation.

1. Contact us

Do you contact via email? Then the data you send, such as name, company name and e-mail address, is stored by the mail server. The e-mails are saved up to ten years.

2. Invoicing

We are obliged to keep invoices from the tax authorities. After all, the tax authorities must be able to check our administration. According to the requirements of the tax authorities, we must keep invoices for at least 7 years and 10 years. This is what we do.

3. Ip addresses log

These ip addresses are deleted after a maximum of 2 days.

4. Newsletters

Every now and then newsletters are sent to customers from The data for this is not saved for more than 2 years, when recipients do not open the newsletters. When you open the newsletters, the data is saved indefinitely. This, of course, within limits of reasonableness. In accordance with article 7.4, you can request that we remove data for newsletters.

5. Google Analytics

Data is also used for Google Analytics. This benefits the management of

6. Security

First of all, it is good to state that no physical copies of your personal data are made. Your data is only managed in the aforementioned systems and software.

The personal data managed by (or previously discussed third parties) can only be accessed via the above software. This personal data is protected with a password. Where this possibility is offered even with a two-step verification.

What does a two-step verification mean? A code is then generated from the software. This code is then sent to This code is then used in the log-in process.

The devices that open your data are also locked with a password and / or fingerprint scan. This only concerns the necessary devices.

Your visit to our website will also be protected by "https" security. This means that your connection to is private. We also have an SSL certificate and a sitelock. Everything to keep your data safe.

For the sake of completeness, more information about online security:
• Security software, such as a virus scanner and firewall.
• TLS (formerly SSL) We send your data via a secure internet connection. You can see this at the address bar 'https' and the padlock in the address bar.
• DNSSEC is an extra security (in addition to DNS) for converting a domain name to the associated IP address (server name); it is provided with a digital signature. You can have this signature checked automatically. In this way we prevent you from being redirected to a false IP address.

7. Your rights

1. Right of access

At all times you have the right to request your data, which are recorded and stored at This can be done by sending an e-mail or telephone contact. You will then receive a clear overview of your data.

2. Right to rectification

Are your details not correct or have they changed? Then you have the right to have this rectified by This can also be done by telephone contact, or by mailing.

3. Right to transfer data

Do you wish to transfer to another party? Then you have the right to transfer. ensures that your data is transferred neatly to the other party.

4. Right to erase data
In certain cases you have the right to request to destroy data. You can do this with an appeal to the right to forgetfulness. must destroy your personal data in the following situations:

  • no longer needs your data for purposes has collected the data for.
  • You have explicitly given permission to to use data, but now withdraws it.
  • You object to the processing of data, see article 7.6. You have an absolute right to object to direct marketing. Are your interests larger than with regard to processing your data? Then you have a relative right of objection. This means that deletion does not have to take place immediately, only when it is determined that your interest weighs heavier.
  • If would process your data unlawfully, you immediately have the opportunity to request the data to be deleted. This is possible, for example, when there is no legal basis for the processing of your data.
  • If has exceeded a legal retention period, is obliged to delete your data. This may concern the statutory obligation to retain invoices, see article 5.2. of this statement.
  • If you as a client are younger than 16 and has collected your data via an app or website, you can ask to delete the data. There are exceptions to the right to oblivion from the GDPR.

5. Right to submit a complaint
You always have the right to file a complaint with the Dutch Data Protection Authority if you feel that the has not handled your data correctly. You can do this via this link. The Dutch Data Protection Authority will then deal with this complaint.

6. Right to stop data use, objection
See point 4. The use of these rights can be done by sending an e-mail to contact@ with a copy of the ID-proof. The passport photo, the numbers at the bottom of the passport, the ID number and the BSN number must be made illegible. The aim is to respond to your request within a week. In this way, is sure that you are the rightful person who makes the objection or asks for the deletion (article 7.4).

8. Obligations processes your personal data on the basis of a legitimate interest. This is a commercial interest. Think of offering services from Your data will never be sold to a third party.

The information that is mandatory to deliver is the minimum required personal data necessary for the provision of services. If you do not provide us with this mandatory information, can not offer the services (properly).

If it is necessary to share your data with parties other than the aforementioned parties, your consent will of course first be requested. reserves the right to disclose information when required by law, or when deems it justified to comply with a legal request or process. Also when it comes to ownership or protecting Hereby we try to respect your right to privacy as much as possible.

Do you have any questions? Feel free to contact us via

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