privacy policy

If you trust us with information, we will never reveal it to anyone. What we call “personal data” today often includes anything that can be used to track down and identify a specific person. Data that could be used to re-identify a person who is currently anonymous is not permitted (anonymous data).

This Policy details the safeguards in place to protect your data and the choices available to you. The Policy needs to be studied carefully and thoroughly. Please use the contact information provided below if you have any questions or concerns regarding this Policy or if you would like to exercise any of your legal rights.

Depending on the specific sports betting services in question, we may need to make adjustments to our Policy to guarantee compliance with local laws and regulations. To the extent that sports betting firm employees or contractors process personal data, this privacy notice does not apply to them.

What follows is very important supplementary data for anyone living in California, the rest of the EU/EEA/UK, and Switzerland.

There is crucial information about the export of personal data that European customers should review.

If you are a resident of California and would like more details on how we handle your personal information, please read on.

Our articles may refer to external resources like other websites, plugins, and software. The information you provide through these connections and associations may be collected, used, and handled by third parties depending on your settings and preferences. Our company is not responsible for the actions or policies of any linked third-party sites. Before continuing to any future websites, we highly recommend reading their respective privacy statements.

Never-before-revealed private details

The following list of resources will serve as our initial point of contact. When we ask for your personal information, we will tell you why we need it and what will happen if you don’t give it to us. The following are examples of individually identifiable data about you that we may collect, use, store, and transfer (hence, “Personal Information”):

Data that can be used to directly recognize or contact you, such as your first and last name, email account, mailing address, and phone numbers (both landline and cellular), are examples of personal information.

Profile data refers to any information about a user that has been made public within their profile on one of our websites or mobile applications. Profile information may contain the user’s name, email address, password, and profile picture.

All details about a client’s bank or credit card accounts go under the umbrella term “financial account information.”

The term “Recruitment Process Data” refers to all the information amassed on a candidate before, during, and after the recruiting process. This includes the application, the interview, the curriculum vitae, and any letters submitted by the candidate.

When do we tell those closest to us what we’ve been keeping to ourselves?

The following are some of the groups with which we may share your information:

Participating Individuals

Your data might be shared with other Group Members in compliance with this Policy.

Parts of the financial transaction processing system

We may share your personal information with businesses, banks, card organizations, debit broadband services, and their customers to facilitate the completion of your payment.

Professional counsel

The provision of such services may necessitate the disclosure of your Sensitive Information to third-party telecom operators such as banks, auditors, and insurance companies.

Preserving order; making sure everyone is secure

To (a) prevent harm to our reputation, goodwill, or business reputation; (b) comply with applicable law, such as laws enforcing the terms and conditions governing our services; and/or (d) exercise any of the foregoing rights and/or protections. You acknowledge that GDC may disclose your personally identifiable information to public or private entities as required by law. We may use this data as we see fit and without further notice.

Techniques for Archiving and Preserving Data

We are committed to protecting your personal information against theft, misuse, and unauthorized access or disclosure. Moreover, we limit access to your personal information to those who have a legitimate business need to know, such as our workers, agencies, consultants, corporations, and affiliates.

They have assured us that they would maintain the strictest privacy standards about your information and will use it solely to complete the duties we have given them. We will have implemented commercially reasonable precautions to handle any potential Personal Data breach, and we will inform you and the appropriate authorities if and when this becomes necessary.

For as long as necessary to comply with legislative, commercial, or minimum standards and/or to establish, acquire, or defend legal rights, we shall process and store relevant Personal Data.

How various are your options, and what are the rules?

Here we detail the permissions and settings that each user has access to. The legal protections that European users enjoy are further upon in the next paragraph.

In-play wagering is covered in full

Live to bet, in which wagers are placed during a game at continually updated odds, has become increasingly common in the modern era of online sports betting.

A bettor can participate in “in-play” wagering at any moment during a game, and the odds will change to reflect the unfolding of the game as the wager is placed. Value in sports betting may come from wagers on the game’s outcome rather than the score, as bettors tend to exaggerate the significance of recent events.