We are committed to respecting your privacy

When you browse this website, Webedia may place various text files, called "cookies", on your terminal equipment.

Cookies are used, for example, to keep your session active and to make it easier for you to navigate websites. There are proprietary cookies, which are set directly by the website you are browsing, but there are also third-party cookies, which come from the elements displayed on the website, such as images or advertisements.


What cookies are used and how can they be set?

You can set the parameters for the deposit of cookies manually, according to each cookie, or automatically by configuring your browser's settings, following the instructions below.


Technical cookies

The purpose of these cookies is to ensure that you can navigate the website properly and that your personal data is secure. These cookies are strictly necessary for the provision of an online communication service at the express request of the user.

Audience measurement cookies

As the name suggests, audience measurement cookies are used to measure the audience, the number of users on the Site and to produce statistics to improve the Services.

Browser settings

In addition to setting cookies manually as described above, you can also configure your web browser to set the way you want your browser to handle cookies automatically.

Your choices are never final and you may, at any time, deactivate all or part of the cookies in the ways described below.

Setting up your browser software

For the management of cookies and your choices, the configuration of each browser is different. We inform you that by setting your browser to refuse cookies, certain features of the Site will not be accessible. We cannot be held responsible for any problems resulting from an opposition to the deposit of a cookie.


For Internet Explorer™

You can find all the information at the following link: http: //

  • Click on the 'Tools' button at the top of your browser and select 'Internet Options'.
  • Go to the 'Privacy' tab, then under 'Settings' and move the slider up to block as many cookies as possible or move the slider down to allow as many cookies as possible.
  • Press "OK" to save your settings.

For Chrome™

You can find all the information at the following link: http: //

  • Click the 'Customise and control Google Chrome' button at the top of your browser and select 'Settings'.
  • Click on "View advanced settings...".
  • Click on the "Content settings..." button in the "Privacy" submenu.
  • Choose the cookie setting you want:
    • "Allow local data storage (recommended)" means that you allow your Google Chrome browser to store both proprietary and third-party cookies.
    • "Keep local data until I leave my browsing session only" means that you allow the websites you browse during your session to deposit proprietary and third-party cookies. When you leave your session (close Google Chrome), these cookies will be automatically deleted from your terminal equipment.
    • "Prohibit all sites from storing data" means that no cookies will be placed on your terminal equipment. This option may hinder your browsing of websites, especially those that require you to log in.
  • Check the "Block cookies and third-party site data" box if you do not want third-party cookies to be deposited on your terminal equipment. This option blocks all third-party cookies, even those from websites you have added to the exceptions.
  • Click 'OK' to close the 'Content Settings' window and save your Google Chrome browser settings.

For Firefox™

You can find all the information at the following link: http: //

  • Click on the 'Firefox' button at the top of your browser and select 'Options'.
  • Select the "Privacy" tab.
  • Check the "Accept cookies" box to enable cookies from the sites you are browsing. Uncheck this box if you wish to disable cookies. Disabling cookies altogether may cause slowdowns on some websites
  • Choose how long you want your cookies to be retained:
    • "Keep them until they expire" means that each cookie placed on your terminal equipment will be deleted when it reaches its expiry date, which is determined by the site placing the cookie.
    • "Keep them until: closing Firefox" means that the cookies stored on your computer will be deleted every time you close your Firefox browser.
    • "Keep them until: ask me each time" means that your Firefox browser will ask you for permission each time a website tries to drop a cookie on you.
  • Click "OK" to close the "Options" window and save your Firefox browser settings.

For Opera™

You can find all the information at the following link: http: //

  • In the menu bar of your browser, click on "Safari".
  • Then click on "Preferences".
  • Click on the Privacy tab.
  • Choose the cookie setting you want

Setting up your smartphone

Update of the cookies charter

We reserve the right to change this cookie policy at any time.

However, we encourage you to regularly review the cookie policy to see how we protect your personal information.


If you have any questions about our Cookie Policy, you can contact us directly at or by mail at Webedia Gaming - Privacy - 2, rue Paul Vaillant Couturier - 92300 Levallois-Perret France.