1. This document explains what data is collected regarding Gwent.
2. It also explains how we use that data, where we store it, and how we protect it.
3. In short:
• in order for you to play Gwent we need to process some of your data. Should we need to process your data for any other purpose than Gwent or Gwent Masters, we will always ask you for your consent in advance,
• Some partners, such as e.g. GOG, help us in developing Gwent and we may share limited data with them – but only for Gwent related purposes,
• We will not share your data for third party advertising purposes.
4. Finally, it explains your rights in relation to your personal data.
1.1 We are CD Projekt S.A. Hereafter, we will call ourselves “CD PROJEKT RED” as CD PROJEKT RED is the team behind the video games within CD PROJEKT S.A. You may contact us via email at email@example.com, or by mail: CD PROJEKT S.A., Jagiellońska 74, 03-301 Warsaw Poland.
Hello, we're CD PROJEKT RED and we are based in Poland. You can find our contact details here!
1.2 To protect all personal data in a better and more efficient way, we designated a Data Protection Officer (or DPO) who is responsible for the oversight and implementation of the data protection strategy and ensures compliance with necessary legal requirements. You can contact our DPO at the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
In case of any questions or doubts concerning personal data, please contact our Data Protection Officer (contact details opposite).
2.3 We respect your right to privacy and will only process personal data in accordance with applicable legislation in the EU, the USA and other countries where we offer our games and services.
3.1 You must be 16 years old or older to register for Gwent and to play it. CD PROJEKT RED does not deliberately process any personal data of minors below 16 years of age.
You must be at least 16 years old to play Gwent.
4.1 When you sign up for, download, use or play Gwent, or are involved in Gwent esports events (such as the Gwent Masters tournaments) certain data is collected. This data may include:
For general use of Gwent:
● Your email address;
● Your name and surname;
● Your date of birth;
● Any username used to identify yourself, avatars;
● Log of user activity within Gwent (login time, logout time, log of matches played, number of wins and losses, gathered experience points,);
● Account of in-game virtual goods and currencies;
● Matchmaking Rating (MMR);
● IP address;
● Country (identified based on IP address);
● Any other data which you supply us via our services;
When you play Gwent we collect basic data about you and your activity on your account
For purchasing Gwent in-game content – additionally:
● Your device/platform, purchases made with virtual or real currency (including transaction dates, currencies, value, products of transaction);
If you contact our technical support – additionally:
● Other data required to help you with any queries or support matters, such as data collected in crash logs that are gathered by your device or the technical parameters of the device you use to play Gwent.
If you contact technical support, you may be asked to provide additional data, such as crash logs or the technical details of the device you use to play Gwent.
If you take part in esports tournaments and events – additionally:
● Data and other documents used only in connection with Gwent esports tournaments and events: passport/ID number, issuer of the document, photo/scan of the document, citizenship, bank account details for prize payment, your image if you participate in a Gwent tournament, place of birth, correspondence address, your father’s and mother’s names, data on your participation in official and authorized Gwent events, Crown Points (points used in Gwent MASTERS rankings).
If you are a part of Gwent MASTERS, we need some additional data for payment & tax purposes, including your passport number and correspondence address.
In order for you to play Gwent or access other services, we need to process the data described above. In case you do not agree to provide us with the above-mentioned data, you will not be able to play Gwent, take part in esports tournaments or use other services.
The above data is necessary for us to provide you with Gwent and the online services related to it.
4.3 A quick word about payment details (if/when you use them in Gwent): We will not receive or store any of your payment details, this is fully handled by the relevant payment platform and/or payment method/processor. If/when you make in-game purchases in Gwent, we are notified by the payment processor once the transaction takes place and then ensure you receive your in-game purchase. We do not, however, receive any of your actual payment details. We only keep the data concerning transaction dates, currencies, value and the products of transaction.
We do not collect any of your payment details. We only receive confirmation that a purchase took place and then ensure you receive what you purchased. The only data we store includes transaction dates, currencies, value and products of transaction.
5.1 Data may be collected or processed in the following ways (either directly or via our Partners as explained below):
(a) data you give us via Gwent, or which you give to our partners in connection with Gwent;
(b) data given when you contact us or report a problem with Gwent;
(c) data about your activity as a user within Gwent (in addition to your IP address, country of origin, purchases, account of in-game virtual goods and currencies) is collected automatically;
(d) we may also ask you to complete surveys that we use for research purposes. However, your response to surveys is not required. We may collect this data via Gwent or trusted third parties connected with us for optional services such as surveys or polls.
We collect and process data that you give us in connection with Gwent or that we receive based on your activity within the game.
6.1. When we process personal data about you, we do so only as necessary to provide you the CD PROJEKT RED services you use (i.e. to perform the agreement between us), to meet our legal obligations or to fulfill the so-called “legitimate interests” of CD PROJEKT RED, or in accordance with the other cases described in the section “How is your data used?”. To clarify, by legitimate interests we mean lawful purposes that could be reasonably expected (protecting the security of the data we process, marketing CD PROJEKT RED games and services as well as ensuring our marketing is relevant for you, conducting anti-cheat analysis and anti-fraud checks). When we rely on the legitimate interest, we consider and balance any potential impact on you and your rights. For other purposes, we will ask for your consent and you will be entitled to withdraw this consent at any time with no impact on the validity of the processing before your consent has been withdrawn.
6.2. When we transfer your data outside the European Economic Area, we do so on the basis of a variety of legal mechanisms, as described in “Trusted Partners”.
In order for you to play Gwent, we need to process some of your data. Should we need to process your data for any other purpose, we will always ask you for your consent in advance. You will always have the right to withdraw your consent at any time.
We will store your data on our secure servers in Europe or on those of our Trusted Partners. We will do our best to keep your data secure.
When we will no longer require your personal information in order to provide our game related services to you, we will either delete it or anonymize it. In particular:
1. we will keep data that is associated with your Gwent account for the duration of the agreement to access Gwent services (i.e. until you close your Gwent account). Following account closure, limited data that we collect about you will still be retained for an additional few years for tax, legal and accounting purposes;
2. if you contact us and don’t have a Gwent account, we will retain correspondence with you as long as necessary to assist you, followed by a period necessary for legal or accountability purposes;
3. for marketing purposes, we will store data as long as we have valid consent, and we will delete or anonymize it without undue delay and no later than within 30 days from the moment we receive a request to unsubscribe.
In general, we will store your data until you close your Gwent account. After that, we may still use limited data about you for tax, legal or accounting reasons.
8.1 Your data may be used for the following purposes:
• to carry out our obligations arising from any contracts between you and us, such as providing access and allowing you to play Gwent,
• to ensure enjoyable gameplay through the analysis of players’ data,
• to maintain the ranking of Gwent players,
• to calculate conversion rates and other elements of Gwent performance,
• to organize official Gwent Masters events and award points to participants of third-party events,
• to maintain technical support services for game users,
• to identify incidents of game misuse,
• to maintain, improve or develop Gwent,
• for tax, legal and accounting purposes,
• for the accountability purposes as defined by EU legislation (GDPR),
• to provide you with marketing information (including personalized and targeted marketing emails), products or services that you request from us and which we feel may interest you. For example, we may send you newsletters or emails about Gwent (of course, this is optional and we will ask you for permission first),
• to target and personalize our marketing communication, offers and advertisements that we display on our websites and services as well as those of third parties based on the combined data we have collected about you.
We will use your data to operate Gwent and continue to improve it, as well as to communicate with you (e.g. via newsletters or emails). .
8.2 Whenever we’re personalizing or targeting our marketing communications, offers and advertisements, we may profile your personal data, which means that we may use the data we collect to adjust the communication addressed to you to meet your needs. In such cases, we do not, however, use your personal data for profiling, which would constitute automated decision-making that could affect your legal situation (i.e. we do not use algorithms to make decisions which would have an impact on your individual legal rights or affect your legal status or rights under the agreement between us. For example, we do not make automatic offers based on your behaviour in the game.).
If you decide that you no longer want to receive personalized offers, product recommendations, or any advertising news at all, you can object to this service at any time.
We gather data when and how you play Gwent in order to offer you the best service and most suitable communication possible. However, we will never make automatic decisions based on profiling that could affect your legal situation (e.g. automatic offers or discounts based on your behaviour in the game).
8.3 We might process some aggregated and general non-personal data on user behaviour (e.g. sales per region) with our partners who assist us in the process of running Gwent or, for example, with payment providers. We may also share non-personal data with data analysis services to help us run Gwent. For example, this may happen in case we need information about what kinds of kegs are the most popular in a given region.
Sometimes we may have to share anonymised, non-personal data like operating system type in order to run our services. Fear not, as mentioned above, everything’s anonymised, so you can never be identified.
9.1 When you create a Gwent account, some basic data about you (namely your username, card collection, and statistics) will form a part of your public profile and it will be visible to everyone who views your profile. You can disable this function and the visibility of your profile through your Gwent account settings at any time.
Limited data about you will be visible in Gwent as a part of your public profile, but it can be disabled at any time via the privacy settings in your account.
9.2 Please remember that any communications you have via Gwent may reveal details about you. Also, any data you post publicly will be publicly available to other people. We are not responsible for your use of any private personal data which you choose to make available, or the activities of other users or other third parties to whom you give or make available your data or content.
You have the option to share your own personal data with others or publicly. But be aware that you are responsible for this type of data sharing.
You may find third party links in Gwent or we might direct you to third parties. They may collect data from you in accordance with their own privacy policies. Please be sure to take a look at them.
10.2 Some services may involve interacting with our sister company, GOG, or potentially with other trusted partners of CD PROJEKT RED. For example, in order to play Gwent you will need to create a GOG account and, depending on your device, you may need to install and use GOG Galaxy. In order to do this, we may need to share some of your personal data with our trusted partners.
We provide some services via trusted partners, such as our sister company, GOG (who helps us to develop and run Gwent), we will share some data with them.
11.1 We may share your data with the following Trusted Partners who were engaged by us to help deliver our services and functionalities to you. Please rest assured that we always provide our partners with the minimum data necessary for them to achieve the purpose of their cooperation with us. They may have access to limited data about you and process it on our behalf for only the purposes set out below (they are formally called “Data Processors”):
a) GOG sp. z o.o. – our sister company who develops Gwent together with us and provides us with the Galaxy platform;
b) CD PROJEKT Inc. – our daughter company who helps us with marketing in the United States;
c) Our partners who provide us with internal management and data-sharing tools;
d) Our partners who help us in data analysis by providing us with analytical tools;
e) Our partners who help us manage our newsletters and email communications by providing us with email marketing tools;
f) Our professional advisors who assist with legal, tax, audit or accounting matters;
g) Social media platforms for the purpose of personalized and targeted marketing (for example, to inform via advertisements on social media platforms you use about Gwent services you may enjoy).
11.2 When required by law, we may also share your data with the police or other government authorities (including your IP address and details of suspected unlawful or fraudulent activity such as unauthorized use of payment methods and security risk scores).
11.3 We use the reCAPTCHA service provided by Google Inc. to protect your submissions via Internet submission forms on our sites. This plugin checks whether you are a person in order to prevent certain website functions (such as comments) from being (ab)used by spam bots. This plugin query includes the sending of the IP address and possibly other data required by Google for the Google reCAPTCHA service. For this purpose, your input will be communicated to and used by Google. However, your IP address is truncated by Google within members states of the European Union or in other states which are party to the agreement of the European Economic Area and is, as such, anonymized. Only in exceptional cases is a full IP address transmitted to a Google server in the United States and truncated there. On behalf of us, Google will use this data to evaluate your use of our services. The IP address provided by reCAPTCHA from your browser shall not be merged with any other data from Google.
11.4 Your data may be processed, stored and transferred to countries outside your country of residence and beyond the European Economic Area (EEA), such as Switzerland or the United States. Privacy laws in these countries may not offer the same level of protection as in your country or in the EEA. But whenever we share your personal data outside the EEA, we will do so on the basis of EU standard contractual clauses or the Privacy Shield Framework, which are lawful measures to transfer your data and establish adequate protection of your personal data.
We sometimes share data with our Trusted Partners who provide us with data analytics, internal management tools or support us in marketing activities. This includes GOG, our sister company, who operates the GALAXY platform and helps us develop Gwent. Whenever we share your personal data outside Europe, we will ensure that the data is duly protected.
12.1 Please be aware that we are subject to various laws and may be required to release personal data to comply with law enforcement and other legal requirements.
We may be required to comply with law enforcement requests to release personal data.
In the event of any reorganisations, acquisitions, etc., your personal data will still be protected to at least the same level as it is right now.
13.1 You have the right to object to the processing of your personal data at any time, such as for marketing reasons. You can do so by contacting us at the following email address: email@example.com
13.2 You have the following additional rights:
● You have the right to access data held about you;
● You may contact us to request that we delete your personal data from our system;
● You may ask us to rectify/correct your personal data, if appropriate;
● You may ask us to restrict the processing of your data;
● You have the right to transfer your data to another entity;
● You have the right to file a complaint with a data protection authority.
You can exercise these rights by contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
13.3. In case of any concerns or questions about your privacy, please contact us and we will do our best to assist you. You can reach us at email@example.com or contact our Data Protection Officer at firstname.lastname@example.org. If, however, you feel we have not satisfactorily dealt with your concern, you can report it to your local data protection authority or the Polish regulator – the President of Polish Office of Data Protection - Prezes Urzędu Ochrony Danych Osobowych ("PUODO") in Poland.
13.4 Under California law, California residents who have an established business relationship with us have the right to request certain data with respect to the types of personal data we have shared with third parties for their direct marketing purposes, and the identities of those third parties within the immediately preceding calendar year, subject to certain exceptions. All requests for such data must be in writing and sent to:
CD Projekt S.A.
ul. Jagiellońska 74
03-301, Warsaw, Poland
This same California law permits us to provide you, in response to your written request, with a cost-free means to choose not to have your data shared rather than providing the above-described data. You may exercise that choice by contacting us at the address listed above.
13.5 If you would like to exercise any of these rights or have any queries regarding them, please contact email@example.com.
You have right to access your data, to make amendments to it, to have us delete all of your data, to restrict the processing of your data, or to have your data transferred to another entity. You can always send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will do our best to provide support.
14.3 Unfortunately, if you do not agree to those changes (regardless of whether you email us), we must then ask you to cease using Gwent. We hope you understand that we need to have everyone playing the game and observing the same rules so our services can function properly.
15.1 We would also like to remind you that our Gwent User Agreement (once activated) will have more data about how we operate Gwent.
Thank you for your patience and have fun playing Gwent!