Upon registration on the website your personal data will be used for the following:
Confirmation of your financial transactions,
Send you information about news and events,
Allow you to apply to Customer Support Services.
The following data will be collected by our servers when you use our online services:
source IP address,
time of access,
date of access,
type of browser used.
We reserve the right to randomly review the registration data provided by the player in order to ensure non breach of the T&C. Information may be disclosed to any third party we consider necessary to validate the information on the player account. Such information may include but not limited to ordering a credit report and/or otherwise verifying the information against third party databases and the player agrees to provide such information or documentation we may request.
We use various measures to protect player's personal data as well as information about the player collected by our system. We adhere to all relevant regulations, including Data Protection Act, legal notices and/or similar rules in Europe, taking account of the Data Protection Directive (EC Directive 95/46/EC) and the Electronic Communications Privacy Directive (EC Directive/2002/58/EC).
The management of our online gaming system complies with high ethical and professional standards in order to provide the player with a secure service.
Upon registration, all the data is encrypted by a strong cryptographic algorithms. When the data is inserted their authenticity is checked and activation is authorized by the system. If upon registration it results in having duplicate of accounts we will inform the player to verify the information entered.
We ensure that credit card details are never divulged to any other parties except to the financial institutions.
True Random Number Generator
The TRNG uses a special and sophisticated algorithm and cards cannot be neither forecast nor related to one another.
Prohibited Use of the Service
Collusion is a fraudulent activity and involves two or more players acting with a secret, common strategy. Some common forms of collusion are: soft play, that is, failing to bet or raise in a situation that would normally merit it, to avoid costing one's partner or friend money; whipsawing, where partners raise and re-raise each other to trap players in between; dumping, where a cheater will deliberately lose to a partner; and signalling, or trading information between partners via signals of some sort, like arranging their chips in a certain manner.
Chip Dumping is a form of collusion that happens during tournaments, especially in the early rounds. Two or more players decide to go all-in early. The winner gets a large amount of chips, which increases the player's chance of cashing. The winnings are then split among the colluders.
Money Laundering is illegal and if we determine or have a strong suspicion that such activity is taking place we will close your account immediately and report the case the relevant authorities.
If you have any questions, or if you suspect one or more players of breaking any of our rules, please contact our Risk and Fraud department.