Last updated: 17th June 2020
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What cookies do We use:
Cookies are used by Us for different purposes and for different functions. Some of these are for technical operation of the website, marketing purposes or they are used by a third party.
The session cookie doesn't contain any personal information (e.g. name, address, email address, telephone number or other), and it is not possible to identify you as an individual with the information stored.
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Third parties visitied through the website may store cookies:
These Third party cookies are placed by other websites or services other than this Website. They are placed by third party advertising platforms that run content and advertisements on the page when you visit one of the external links from this website.
The gambling websites advertised on this Website place a referral cookie on your device once you visit them, allowing them to track referrals to their website. This cookie is usually stored for a few days or months and usually contains Btag, PID (publisher or marketing source id), ID, BID (banner ID) and affiliate meta data.
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Flash cookies, or cookies from games can be set when you play the free slots on this Website. They allow for a quicker and better gaming experience.
How long are Cookies stored
Session cookies: Some Cookies are only valid for the duration of time that you spend on the Website, and they are invalidated automatically when you close the website or when the session expires after a pre-defined period of time. Once expired a cookie is invalid and may get deleted automatically by the browser. Session Cookies are common when you login to use a service on a website.
Permanent cookies: Some cookies are kept on the device for a longer period. This allows saved settings, for example when you close a website and open it again later. This gives a better user experience and the page may load faster. The cookies are deleted once their pre-defined age is reached.