Nutzungsbedingungen für das Online-Casino ohne echte Gewinne

Lesen Sie unsere Nutzungsbedingungen für das Online-Casino ohne echte Gewinne in der Schweiz. Wir gewähren Ihnen eine Lizenz zur Nutzung der Website für persönliche, nicht-kommerzielle Zwecke.

Terms and Conditions


Before using the website (the "Service"), please read these Terms and Conditions ("Terms", "Terms and Conditions") ("us", "we" or "our"). Acceptance of and compliance with these Terms is required to access and use the Service. All visitors, users and others who access or use the Service are subject to these Terms. You agree to be bound by these Terms by accessing or using the Service. You may not use the Service if you disagree with any element of the terms.


Privacy Policy


For valid reasons, such as to improve existing functions or features or add new functions or features to the Service, to implement advances in science and technology and reasonable technical adjustments to the Service, to ensure the operability or security of the Service, and for legal or regulations, we may make changes to the Agreements from time to time. When we make material changes to the Agreements, we will notify you as appropriate under the circumstances, for example, by posting a conspicuous notice, requesting your consent within the Service, or by sending you an email. We will notify you in advance in some circumstances, and your continued use of the Service after the changes will represent your acceptance of the changes. As a result, please be sure to read such notifications carefully. You may terminate your account by notifying us if you do not wish to continue using the Service under the updated version of the Agreements. If you purchased a trial or paid Subscription from a third party, you must cancel your paid Subscription through that third party.


Cookie Policy


We use cookies on our website (the "Service"). You agree to the use of cookies by using the Service. Our Cookie Policy describes what cookies are, how we use them, how third-party partners who work with us may use cookies on the Service, how you can manage cookies, and where you can learn more about cookies.


General Data Protection Regulation


The processing of personal data is generally prohibited unless specifically permitted by law or the data subject has given consent. Consent is just one of the six legal bases listed in the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) for the processing of personal data. The contract, the legal duties, the vital interests of the data subject, the public interest and the legitimate interest, as defined in article 6 (1) of the GDPR, are the others. The GDPR defines the essential conditions for the effectiveness of valid legal consent in article 7 and specifies them in more detail in recital 32. Freely given, precise, informed and unequivocal consent is required. You must volunteer to receive freely given consent. The term "free" indicates that the data subject has made a legitimate decision. Any pressure or undue influence that could influence the result of that option invalidates the consent. Consequently, the legislative text contemplates a certain imbalance between the data controller and the interested party. For example, in an employer-employee relationship, the employee may be concerned that refusing to provide consent may jeopardize their employment, so consent can only be a legal basis for processing in a few limited circumstances. In addition, there is the so-called "binding ban" or "binding or tying ban". As a result, the performance of a contract cannot depend on the agreement to process additional personal data that is not necessary for the performance of the contract.

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