Privacy Policy

Thank you for visiting Roulette77 hereafter referred to as "Company", "we", "us", "our". Before you continue using the website, you must familiarise yourself with our Privacy Policy, i.e. the Policy. If you have any concerns or questions about it or wish to address questions about how your personal information is stored, please contact us through the listed [email protected]

By visiting and agreeing to the Policy you choose to trust Roulette77.us hereafter referred to as the "Website". We appreciate your trust and want to inform you as to every decision we make with regards to safeguarding your private information. The Policy applies to all information shared with and collected by the website and by continuing to use the website, you accept the terms and conditions outlined in the Policy.

Do We Collect Information from Individuals under the age of 18?

The website is intended to be used by individuals who are at least 18 years of age. If you are not of that age, you must not use the website in any capacity. Please bear in mind that the legal age may vary across jurisdictions.

In such cases, the website sticks to whichever number is greater. If you have a suspicion that data from individuals younger than the legal gambling age has been collected, please notify us via [email protected]

What Information Do We Collect?

User Data (Personal Data)

The Website collects data that is provided by the users voluntarily, such as when you register for our newsletter and when we collect your email. We usually send a verification email to your address to confirm that you want to be part of our newsletter promotion.

Should you wish not to be bothered with marketing messages, you can unsubscribe manually or just send us an email via [email protected] and ask to be removed from further marketing communications.

Automatically Collected Data

Some of the data here will be collected automatically upon accessing the Website. For example, we will gather information about the date and IP address, times and frequency of any visits you make to the Website as well as the way you interact with the Website.

We use various cookies to analyse your browsing patterns to help us advance our content strategy and create a more meaningful browsing experience for the user.

Marketing

We collaborate with a third-party known as Unisender to collect and manage email data and use it to improve our overall offer. You can find out more information about Unisender following the page https://www.unisender.com/en/.

What Are Your Rights of Your Data?

A Right to Be Forgotten

You may ask to be removed from our data storage unit, and request for all your data to be deleted permanently. We will go through with deletion immediately.

A Right to Be Informed

You may reach out to the Website and ask what information specifically has been collected from you. These requests may include:

  • A right to know whether we have collected any identifiable data
  • Whether the data we collect is being used and how
  • How is any sensitive information being used, and is it shared to third-parties?
  • Is your information disclosed for any specific business purposes?
  • What third-parties may gain access to your private information and under what laws

Please be informed that by law, the Website has no obligation to delete non-identifiable data at the request of consumers.

A Right against Discrimination

When exercising your consumer privacy rights, the Website must comply and cannot discriminate against you.

More Rights You Have in Relation with Your Privacy

  • You may protest the use and processing of your personal data.
  • A consumer may ask for their personal data to be corrected or altered should it no longer be accurate.
  • You are legally permitted to ask for your data not to be shared with third-parties. The Website will contact you within 15 days of submitting your request.

If you wish to exercise any of these rights, you should contact the Website via [email protected].

How Long Do We Store Your Information?

We store your data to complete the assigned internal targets that help us advance our content strategy and improve the overall service for the customer or as long as mandated by law.

Cookies

What are cookies?

Cookies are small files of data that are stored on your desktop or mobile device every time you visit the website. Webmasters use cookies to help them analyse consumer behaviour as well as boost the efficiency and functionality of their websites, including the present Website. By opting out of cookies, you may experience some issues with accessing and browsing the website.

The Website’s owner sets up all cookies, and they are known as first-party cookies, referring to the specific cookies used by the Website. The Website uses third-party cookies by other entities which help analyse and improve the content and overall experience on the website. These third-party cookies help with a range of things, including advertising, analytics, and interactive content.

Why do we use cookies?

The Website uses cookies for at least several reasons. We use them as a way to track consumer behaviour and optimise the Website. Another viable use is to create a better technically-optimized website in both the short and long term. We create experiences that are worthwhile and enjoyable, but to do so, we need both first-party and third-party cookies.

Google Analytics

The Cookies we collect and create are used for the purposes of Google Analytics analysis. The tool allows us to take a closer look at website traffic as well as session usage. None of the information used by Google Analytics is identifiable. Instead, users are aggregated and assigned an anonymous ID to guarantee the fairness and safety of each party involved. The information we collect this way is important to us as it helps us create a much better project in the long-term. If you are interested in finding out more about Google Analytics cookies, please follow this link: https://developers.google.com/analytics/devguides/collection/analyticsjs/cookie-usage

If you want for Google to stop tracking your visits globally, you may opt-out from GA via the following link: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout.

How to Manage Cookies

Your browsers are mostly automatically accepting cookies unless you have specified otherwise. You usually need to give your consent and can opt-out from not accepting any cookies used by the Website. There are usually instructions on how to disable all cookies guaranteeing yourself a peace of mind if you are not entirely certain you wish to proceed with cookies.

All popular browsers will make sure they allow users to disable cookies by going to "Preferences," "Options," or "Settings". The most popular developers of browsers have created comprehensive pages that explain how to opt-out of Cookies.