This policy details how GameBook uses cookies and cookie-like files and technologies on its websites. If you visit our websites and your browser settings accept cookies, we consider this as acceptance of our use of cookies. GameBook may modify this policy at any time. If we make material changes to this policy, we will post a notice at Service internet pages along with the updated policy.

GameBook may use cookies and similar technologies to collect information about your web session and how you use the Service and navigate through the GameBook’s website. A cookie is a small text file, web beacon or other similar file which is stored on your computer and which contains information. There are two types of cookies. One type of cookie is a so-called permanent cookie which saves a file permanently on your computer until the file is removed. The other type of cookie is called a session cookie which disappears when you close your web browser.

GameBook uses cookies to optimize the Service and advertisements according to your interests. Cookies are very important for the operation of our website and they enable a smooth user experience.  Anonymised information from permanent cookies is also used for statistical purposes (such as maintaining statistics regarding the use of the website), to conduct surveys in order to improve the Service, to provide information to third parties so that appropriate advertising may be directed to the user, and to optimize the use of the website.

GameBook uses the third-party cookies, such as Google Analytics, in order to analyze the use of the website and to improve user experience. You can opt out of Google Analytics tracking by clicking on this link. GameBook also uses third-party cookies for collecting customer feedback (UserVoice), advertising (Adform & Google DoubleClick) and social media purposes (Facebook).

You can enable your browser to refuse cookies, but doing so may affect the use of Services. In some cases, this may slow down the browsing of our website or completely prevent access to a certain page. You can also clear cookies in the browser settings. In this case, the information previously collected by means of cookies is deleted, and the collection of information will start again from the beginning.

Many web browsers present you with the option to prevent cookies provided by third parties. If enabled, the web browser will only allow cookies to be saved by the web service you are currently accessing. The option is accessible through the web browser’s settings (which option will prevent all third party cookies from functioning).

Session cookies expire when you close the browser. Permanent cookies have typical expiration dates ranging from two months up to a couple of years.