What is a cookie?
What type of cookies do we use?
We use the following cookies:
|Type of Cookie||Name of Cookie||Purpose||Expiration Time||More information (if available)|
|Strictly Necessary Cookie||Gamesys: SESSIONID, ROULETTESESSIONID, MEMBER_ID, COOKIE_POLICY, sent-verification-email, UX, Personalisation, cordova, RedirectedToALendingPageThisSession.||These cookies are essential to operate the Website.||Session - 1 year||See ‘How to Manage Your Cookies and Local Storage Preferences’ below|
|Strictly Necessary Cookie||Tealium – utag_main, _gat_Tealium||These cookies allow us to add additional adhoc functionality necessary to operate the website.||1 min – 1 year||Link|
|Strictly Necessary Cookie||Evolution: EVOSESSIONID, cdn||These cookies are required by certain third parties’ providers to access their games on our Website.||Session||See ‘How to Manage Your Cookies and Local Storage Preferences’ below|
|Analytical Cookie||Google Analytics:__utma, __utmb, __utmc, __utmz, mmtst, mp_c62500fa8025ea64e37957808439db14_mixpanel, _ga||These cookies allow us to measure real user metrics of our Website functionality.||Session – 1 Year||Link|
|Analytical Cookie||Gamesys: wsid, vid, lid, 1hild, chlt, acquisition,UNIQUE VISITOR, FirstVisit.||These cookies allow us to measure how we acquire new users to our Website. They also allow us to provide a better user experience by offering personalised products and information.||Session – 1 Year||See ‘How to Manage Your Cookies and Local Storage Preferences’ below|
|Analytical Cookie||Maxymiser – mm_pc, utag_mainmm, mmapi.store.s, mmcore.tst||This cookie allows us to perform A/B testing of our Website functionality, so we can better understand what works better for our users.||Session – 1 year||Link|
|Functionality Cookie||Gamesys: SOUND,LOGIN, USERNAME, username, Bandwith, Warning-Popup, CLOTH_COLOUR_COOKIE, LAST_CATEGORY_VISITED, APP_BANNER_DISMISS_DATE, LANDING_PAGE_SEEN||These cookies allow us to store user preferences for future visits.||1 year||See ‘How to Manage Your Cookies and Local Storage Preferences’ below|
|Analytical & Targeting Cookie||DoubleClick (Google) – IDE, id, DSID,||DoubleClick is a service operated by Google which places a cookie on your device when you visit our Website. This type of cookie places an ID on your device to show you personalised advertising and marketing relating to your behaviour/preferences. We also use this type of cookie to measure the effectiveness of our advertising campaigns, limit the number of times you see an advertisement, remember that you have visited a website and provide advertisements that are more relevant to your interests.||15min - 2 years||Link|
|Analytical & Targeting Cookie||Income Access – XYZ, PM_, A_||Affiliate platform ad-serving and attribution cookies. We use these cookies to correctly assign commission to our Affiliates.||90 days||Link|
|Analytical & Targeting Cookie||Rocketfuel (now Sizmek) – cmd, rud, ruds||These cookies report a visit to our Website to measure and optimise the performance of advertising.||25 days||Link|
|Analytical & Targeting Cookie||Twitter – guest_id, personalization_id||These cookies report a visit to our Website to measure and optimise the performance of advertising.||2 Years|
|Analytical & Targeting Cookie||Yahoo (Oath) - B||This cookie reports a visit to our Website to measure and optimise the performance of advertising.||1 Year||Link|
|Analytical & Targeting Cookie||Facebook - fr||This cookie reports a visit to our Website to measure and optimise the performance of advertising.||90 days||Link|
|Analytical & Targeting Cookie||Movable Ink - _mibhv, _csrf||This cookie enables us to serve relevant content in our emails.||Session – 1 Year||Link|
|Targeting Cookie||Pixel tracker - uuid||This pixel reports a visit to our Website to measure and optimise the performance of advertising.||1 Year||Link|
INFORMATION ABOUT OUR USE OF LOCAL STORAGE
What is local storage?
Browser web storage enables websites to store data in a browser on a device. This technology is similar to cookies in that only non-sensitive data is stored, but has a greater storage limit. When web storage is used in "local storage" mode, it enables data to be stored across sessions (meaning that data are retrievable even after the browser window has been closed and reopened). One technology that facilitates web storage (and local storage) is HTML 5.
What type of properties do we store in local storage?
We use Functionality Properties. These properties enable the features of our Website. They recognise you when you return to our Website and remember the choices you have made, such as the selection of your favourites pages or whether you’ve enabled notifications. This allows us to personalise our content for you and remember your preferences (for example, sounds notifications, etc). Without these properties, you will still be able to use our Website, but your experience will be more difficult, and you may not get the best out of our services. You will not see content that is relevant to you.
You can find more information about the individual properties we use and the purposes for which we use them in the table below:
|Type||Type of Property||Name of Property||Purpose|
|Session Storage||Functionality||USER_DISMISSED_LOGIN||This property is used by our native app as part of our fingerprint login functionality.|
|Session Storage||Functionality||USER_LOGOUT_RECENT||This property is used by our native app as part of our fingerprint login functionality.|
|Local Storage||Functionality||chat-view-settings-font-colour||This property is used to store our Website user’s preferences of chat tinting colour when they change the default settings.|
|Local Storage||Functionality||chat-view-settings-font-size||This property is used to store our Website user’s preferences of chat font size when they when they change the default settings.|
|Local Storage||Functionality||chat-view-settings-font-colour-scheme||This property allows the default user to select colour in the settings panel.|
|Local Storage||Functionality||chat-ignored-players-[MEMBERID] [MEMBERID] is replaced with the user’s Member ID||This property is used to store a list of our Website users’ who do not use our community chat functionality.|
How to manage your cookies and local storage preferences?
You can accept or decline cookies. Most modern browsers allow you to see what cookies you have on your device and allow to manage your preferences by using their cookie settings. You can usually find these cookie settings in the “option” or “preference” menu of your browser. You can always use the “help” functionality in your browser to search for this information. Here is a list of links which will help you to understand how to manage your cookies preferences:
Modern browsers allow you to delete the data in local storage (also referred to as "website data", "browsing data" or "other data" in some browsers) by using the privacy settings associated with that browser. Most browsers also now offer the option to accept, prompt for or block the storage of local data.
Opt-out in respect of interest-based advertising
If you do not want our ad partners to receive usage data derived from targeting cookies or you do not want to receive interest-based advertising, please follow the instructions at http://www.networkadvertising.org/choices, http://www.aboutads.info or http://www.youronlinechoices.eu in order to manage preferences via your browser. When you use your mobile app to access our Website, and if you provide your consent, we use app tracking technologies from third parties (e.g. Facebook, Appsee, Google Analytics, Nanigans, Tune and Income Access) which may record unique identifiers associated to your device to follow your activity within your app. This information is used to analyse and improve our services and for apps supported by advertising, to measure the effectiveness of our advertising campaigns. If you are using the mobile app, you can manage your ads preferences via your device's privacy setting (e.g., Apple iOS Limit Ad Tracking, Opt-out of seeing personalised Ad on Android device/Google).
Except for essential cookies, all cookies will expire after a maximum period of 2 years or, in respect of interest-based advertising after the period stated in the relevant web pages at the links here.