Evolution collects both active and passive personal data from its customers when they visit our websites or interact with our social media accounts. Gathering this type of data helps us provide a better, more tailored experience for each individual user. For example, if someone is applying for an open job position, we might collect information such as their name, contact details, and CV. This will then be used to evaluate their suitability for the position. We also collect passive data such as IP addresses, browser type, language preference, and other browsing data. This helps us track visitor behavior on our websites and provide an improved customer experience.
We collect and process different kinds of personal data depending on the services, functionalities, or experiences you use when visiting our websites, your location, and applicable law. We only process your personal data where we have a lawful basis for doing so. This may include where you have given your consent to us processing your data, where it is necessary for us to provide services to you under the performance of a contract we have with you, and where we are required to do so in accordance with legal or regulatory obligations, and/or where it is in our legitimate interests to process your personal data if none of these interests prejudice your own rights, freedoms, and interests. The kinds of personal data that we may collect and process include: a) your name, and contact details such as email address, postal address, and telephone numbers. b) payment information c) preferences and settings you select when using our services d) information concerning how you use our websites or mobile applications e) device-specific information such as IP addresses, cookie identifiers, device type and language, and device location when you are using our services f) other information that may be necessary to provide the requested services. We will also collect and process any personal data which you send us via emails, messages, or other forms of communication. This includes any opinions, comments, or feedback received from you regarding our products or services.
You have several fundamental rights concerning your personal data, including the right to request access, rectify, erase, object, restrict processing of personal data, withdraw consent if given and transfer your personal data. It is important to know that you can also contact the relevant Data Protection Supervisory Authority in the country where you are located. We will respond to all individual requests wishing to exercise their data protection rights and may need to verify your identity or ask for additional information in order to help us respond efficiently and protect personal data from unauthorized disclosure. If you wish to exercise your rights related to our developed games, please contact the Casino you played with as they are Data Controllers of the players' personal data. Please be aware that certain rights may not be fulfilled entirely due to legal or regulatory requirements.
Evolution operates on a global scale, meaning that your personal data may be shared with Evolution Group entities and/or contracted third parties for various business purposes. This sharing of information is done based on legal grounds such as legitimate interests to fulfill the services agreed or contractual obligations. In some cases, Evolution may need to transfer personal data to Group entities or external parties located outside the European Union/European Economic Area (EU/EEA). In such instances, Evolution will ensure that Standard Contractual Clauses or other legally required documents are concluded in order to provide an adequate level of protection before transferring personal data outside of the EU/EEA. It is important to note that all security measures and legal requirements are met to ensure an adequate level of security for all personal data transfers.
At our organization, we take protecting the personal data of our customers very seriously. To ensure that all necessary security measures are in place to keep and process your personal data securely and protect it against unauthorized access, misuse, or damage, we have implemented technical, physical, and organizational measures. Our technical measures include using state-of-the-art encryption software and firewalls, while physical measures include the secured storage of all personal data within our premises and organizational measures include ensuring only authorized personnel have access to your information. All these measures help us safeguard your personal data from destruction, alteration or disclosure, misuse, damage, theft or accidental loss. We strive to provide a secure environment for all your personal data.
The storage period for personal data can vary depending on the country, its regulations and requirements, as well as the purpose of collecting the data. Data retention periods are specific to each context and are typically determined by local laws and regulations. Such laws may include privacy laws, consumer protection laws, data protection laws, and other applicable national or regional statutes. In most cases, companies are required to retain data until the purpose for which it was collected has been fulfilled. In some jurisdictions, personal data can be stored for a maximum period of time if it is no longer necessary for the purpose for which it was collected.