Gamekit Cookies Policy

Effective as of 24 May 2018.

Key information

What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files stored on web page user’s computer drive. Cookies help web page administrators manage the web pages and improve the quality of the provided content.

What is device recognition?
Device recognition is a mechanism enabling to identify the type of the device used to access a web page. Such mechanisms also allow for the identification of the operating system used on a given device, the time zone from which the access is gained, the size and resolution of the screen, etc. These mechanisms are to adjust the appearance, size and other parameters of the website to a specific device. This information is not intended to identify a specific individual.

What other information does Gamekit use?
Gamekit uses information included in system logs (e.g. IP address) resulting from general principles applicable to Internet connections. The information is used for technical purposes related to the administration of our servers. Furthermore, IP addresses are used to collect general demographic statistics (e.g. regarding the region from which the connection is made).

Gamekit uses cookies and other technologies and information that help it manage its web pages. For convenience, cookies and other similar technologies will be collectively referred to as cookies.

What types of cookies does Gamekit use?

Session cookies: these are files automatically deleted after closing the browser.

Persistent cookies: these are files stored on the device for a certain period of time. Their storage does not depend on closing the browser.

Proprietary cookies: set by Gamekit websites.

Third-party cookies: set by websites other than Gamekit’s, such as Google Analytics.

Gamekit uses both proprietary cookies and third-party cookies.

Why does Gamekit use cookies?

Cookies are necessary for Gamekit in order to provide basic services related to the products it offers.

Gamekit uses proprietary cookies to enable users to log in to their accounts. For this reason, at least one user authorisation per session is required in order to authorise a relevant user.

Gamekit also uses cookies to optimise its web pages and customise their content to user’s preferences. This applies in particular to cookies that enable to “see” how our website is used.

Cookies (including third-party cookies) are also used for statistical and analytical purposes. These files enable Gamekit to determine the average time of visit on a web page and the total number of visits on websites managed by Gamekit. These files are completely anonymous and do not enable Gamekit to identify any specific individuals who use our websites.

Gamekit also uses cookies for remarketing purposes. These files enable us to display advertisements of our website at other websites and other web pages. These cookies use, among other things, the history of visits on our websites. They include both proprietary cookies and third-party cookies.

Does Gamekit sell or share cookies to other companies?

No, Gamekit does not sell or share cookies to other companies.

How can I manage cookies?

You can manage cookies by changing browser settings. Most frequently, you can manage cookies in the “Settings” menu. This menu shows how to delete cookies, block storage of new cookies or set a notification when new cookies have been stored.

Is it possible to use Gamekit websites with cookies disabled?

Disabling cookies in a web browser usually does not prevent the user from using our services; however, this may cause some inconvenience. In particular, it may be difficult to access certain content; if the browser does not support cookies, this will prevent the user from logging in.

Links to other web pages

Gamekit is not responsible for privacy policies used by owners or administrators of websites to which the user is redirected via links published at We encourage users to read the content of the privacy statements available on these websites. The user is fully responsible for the content of the web page to which he/she is redirected via the link he/she has published at