Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

At Minimum Deposit Casinos, we take player privacy rights seriously. So, in an effort to safeguard our cyber assets and your personal details, we comply with many laws and regulations across the world and take every precaution necessary to ensure the data privacy rights of all users.
Our privacy policy (last updated in August 2023) explicitly breaks down what personal information we keep and if or how we use this data. We also include pertinent details about your data privacy rights, how we use it for marketing purposes, and if any other purposes are applicable.

General Data Protection Rights (GDPR)

As of 25 May 2018, the GDPR took effect in the European Union following a 24-month transition period. This law has had a crucial impact not only in the EU, but also beyond its borders. The GDPR applies to any company anywhere in the world when it comes to data privacy. This law is extraterritorial in scope and applies to those who offer services or goods to residents of the EU (irrespective of whether payment is made or not). It sets out terms and conditions that companies are obligated to follow when personal data is processed. This includes online tracking.

The GDPR ranks as one of the highest data protection laws globally, and many countries utilize it as a point of reference.
What this means is that companies and governments have to improve and strengthen their protection of personal data rights, elevating cyber security measures, and enhancing rights to privacy. By so doing, it will give individuals control over their personal information.
What is the GDPR’s impact on companies globally?
Companies operating both inside and outside the EU are required to amend their processes to align with personal data processing compliance under the GDPR. This includes using, storing, collecting, altering, generating, disclosing, and even destroying data.
Under the GDPR’s scope, this may include:

  • Data controllers: Corporates/companies within the EU, as well as those targeting residents of the EU fall within
  • Cross border data flow: Ensuring that a company or country has the ‘adequate’ level of data privacy protection to transfer data into the EU.
  • Data rights: Companies who process the data of EU residents will have improved rights, even if they are located outside the EU.

Legal Ramifications

There are six legal base pillars with the main one being consent. For user consent to be valid, it should not include pre-ticked boxes. Valid consent needs to be freely given and unambiguous. Individuals should also be able to withdraw their consent at any time.
This may work a little differently when it comes to contracts, where an individual makes a purchase and needs to provide an address for delivery. This means that beyond the delivery, the data cannot be used for any other purposes.
The GDPR’s conditions are even more strict about data that reveals details such as

  • religion
  • health
  • political opinions
  • ethnicity
  • biometrics or
  • sex-life

The information companies are obliged to give individuals whose personal data is collected.

  • How long will the data be kept
  • The categories of personal data being processed
  • Why the company is using their personal data
  • Who the company is, along with contact details, and those of your DPO (if any)
  • The legal reason for processing the data
  • Who else will receive it
  • Whether the data will be transferred to anyone outside the EU
  • A copy of the data
  • The right to withdraw consent at any time
  • The right to lodge a complaint with a Data Protection Authority (DPA)

Marketing Material

Companies across the world have been updating their privacy policies to ensure they have valid consent under the GDPR. This is why there has been an unprecedented increase in emails requesting individuals to either ‘Opt-in’, ‘Opt out’ or ‘Re-consent’ to their personal data being utilized. This is also applicable for marketing material.
For online casino players who choose not to receive marketing material, you can simply go to bottom of the email received and “Opt out” or “Unsubscribe” from receiving it.
Contact details for DPA at MDC
If you have any queries relating to the usage of your personal details at MDC, kindly contact us on [email protected]


Minimum Deposit Casinos (hereafter refered as“MDC”) is the data controller under applicable data protection laws. Under such laws, MDC is responsible for custody of your personal data and the protection and processing of that data.
This privacy policy outlines how we protect and process information that could be construed as personal data. Please read it carefully. If you disagree with the contents of this policy, you should discontinue the use of our products.
Please note that your personal data may be held in databases accessible by companies other than MDC. In such cases all companies with such access will comply with the terms set out in this policy.


This website is accessible and usable without registration and without the provision of personal data.
You may opt in to receive information from us around promotional offers, including bonuses, by subscribing to our mailing list or push notification list.
You have the right at any time to cease receiving such communication. You can do this by writing to us or clicking the “unsubscribe” button in any email or push notification that you receive from us.
If you correspond with us we may keep evidence of that correspondence.


We automatically collect certain types of information from you. This includes:

  • Your IP address
  • Date and time you accessed our service
  • The hardware, software or internet browser you use
  • Information about your computers operating system like language setting and application versions
  • Information about your clicks and pages viewed
  • Data that identifies your mobile device and characteristics around device performance


We collect and analyse this data to improve the performance of our service and to understand how our services are utilized by our users.
We may report aggregated information about our users’ actions and patterns to third parties in a way that does not identify you individually.
We send our promotional e-mails and push notifications relating to products and services for those who have opted in to receive these communications. We will not share your personal data with third parties for marketing reasons unless we have your express consent to do so.


We process personal data on a number of legal bases. These legal bases are outlined in the Article 6(1) of the General Data Protection Regulation.
Your data can and may be processed provided that we have obtained your consent for a specific processing purpose. When processing such data, you can at any time withdraw your consent by contacting us or by clicking the “unsubscribe” button when we contact you.
We may process personal data when necessary to uphold the performance of a contract to which the data subject is party.
We may process personal data where the company is subject to a legal obligation by which processing such data is required.
We may process personal data where processing is necessary and in the legitimate interests pursued by our company. The exception to this processing is where such interests are overridden by the interests and/or fundamental rights of an identified or identifiable person to whom this personal data relates.


What are cookies?

Cookies are packets of data served on your computer that remember your activity while you are browsing a website.
The purpose of a cookie is to help a website understand your activity.
We use cookies to improve our services, for example to show you more relevant offers the next time you visit our site.
By using this website, you are consenting to our cookie policy and to us using cookies.
You may disable or delete cookies through your browser settings and many browsers provide excellent guides including:
Internet Explorer:
Safari: Legal – Privacy Policy – Apple

The Types of Cookies

“First party cookies” are cookies that are served by MDC or the entity operating the domain.
“Third party cookies” are the services that are allowed to drop cookies through our domain. Here is further information about the common cookies that we use and some basic information on how they are utilised.
Google Analytics – placed by Google. This is a third-party cookie that provides us with analytics on the use of our site. The duration of this cookie is two years. To opt out please visit
Google AdWords – placed by Google. This is a third-party cookie enabling us to bring visitors to our site using Google AdWords. The duration of this cookie is two years.
Cloudflare – placed by Cloudflare. This cookie is necessary for Cloudflare’s security features. It does not store any personally identifiable information. This cookie has a duration of 12 months.
Please note that our advertisers use cookies and we have no control over these cookies.
For all questions related to personal data, privacy and cookies please contact us at [email protected]

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