This Privacy Statement may be updated from time to time without prior notice. We may offer you more notice or ask for your permission once the changes are implemented. Let you know by updating your policy’s date at the top.

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We acquire some information about you if you use the app.

Information such as your name and current location is automatically collected when you use the App.

The following items are included in this compilation:

Things like what type of device is being used and how many of its capabilities are activated can be seen when we utilize the App. Additionally, we keep track of the times and locations where you use the App.

It works like this: Use our app and we collect some information about your mobile devices, such as the model number and operating system.

You have an IDFA, a Digital Advertising ID, a Google Device ID, a Google Music Membership ID, and a Game Center Identifier. Here’s a rundown of each one.

If you communicate with other App users and log in and out of games, we can get a better understanding of how you use the App.

Aside from how much money you spend on real stuff, this also includes how many virtual items you earn while playing. Additionally, we maintain tabs on how consumers utilize their apps.

There are many situations when we are told what to do by others.

When you join the App through a third-party site or platforms like Facebook or Apple Game Center, they can receive your screen name, personal information, and friend list.

As well as the legality of using the information in this manner.

We only use your information for the following purposes, as required by law.

Our research includes not only data from logs and devices but also usage and consumption statistics, as well as the IDs of the gadgets that consumers have bought and utilized.

We are required by law to send you notices, updates, security alerts, support messages, and administrative information. We’re required to send you these communications by the terms of the contract you signed. In addition, we’ll notify you when there are updates to the App’s code.

Under Article 6(1)(b) of the GDPR, the processing of your data for the purposes listed above is required if you are a party to a contract. For the App to function correctly, it needs to provide the products and services users desire while also sustaining itself.

The App will be made and improved, as well as tailor-made content and features, on your behalf, to look at how and what people do when using the App.

Because we have a legitimate interest in improving our services and providing you with more attractive advertisements, we can do so following GDPR Article 6(1)(f). These are some possible uses for the information you provide to us (also known as “the balancing-of-interest rule”).

We must share their IDs with our ad network partners if customers agree to have their data shared to display those tailored adverts in the App (behavioral advertising).

Ads and other content you find interesting are our legitimate interests under Article 6(1)(f) of the GDPR. Unless you object, third parties may use your advertising ID to target you with relevant ads based on your past online behavior if you grant them permission to do so (see more below under Sharing of Information).

We’re also looking at these as potential sources of information:

You may expect to receive the goods and services you’ve requested.

Your participation in a contract is required by law for this processing to proceed. We must do this to ensure that you receive the goods and services you desire.

To better understand your needs and provide you with a better service, integrate information from several sources together. This page will also be updated with news and information about apps that we believe you’ll find interesting.

Because we have a legitimate purpose in providing you with relevant content and making our service better, we are allowed to use your data under GDPR Article 6(1)(f) (also known as “the balancing-of-interest rule”).

To accomplish our goals, we only utilize your personal information as much as necessary.

Do you know of a technique to store data?

As long as it is not required to establish, combat, or defend legal claims or to comply with accounting regulations, SayGames will keep personal data.

After then, all of your data will be removed or anonymized, so there’s no need to be concerned. After three (3) years, it has to be thrown away, no matter what.

The result is an increase in knowledge.

According to the GDPR’s Section 6(1)(b), (c), and (f), your personal information may be shared with the following people:

Under “Social Sharing Features,” you’ll find a lot more information regarding social networks.

We may need to share your personal information with another company to merge, buy, or sell corporate assets. Let us know if that’s the case so you may opt-out of sharing your data.

Our rights, property, and safety may be at risk if we allow you to do something even if we believe your activities do not comply with our standards.

To take advantage of the App’s features, such as the leaderboards, you’ll have to use a third-party service.

Section 6(1) of the GDPR allows us to share your Device identifiers with advertising network companies to show you relevant ads within the App if you have permitted us to do so (a).


Only those over the age of 13 are permitted to use the app. If you are under the age of 16, you can’t use the app. It’s available to residents of the European Economic Area (EEA). At least 13 (or 16 if you need to) years old is required to accept this Privacy Policy and use the App.

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We can share your personal information with anyone outside of the European Union while we are working with it.

Third parties to whom we disclose your personal information are required by law and our Privacy Policy to take efforts to ensure that their level of data protection is at least as good as ours.