Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy last updated 29/03/2014

1. Introduction

The privacy of our visitors is extremely important to us so this privacy policy shows the personal information that is received and stored by, and how it will be used.

The privacy policy may be changed in the future so you may wish to check back sometime to be sure you know about the changes and are happy with them.

If you would like to contact us for more information on the privacy policy you may contact us using our contact form or via email at: contactus [at]

2. What we receive

When using we may log your IP address, the type of browser used to visit the site, your Internet Service Provider and logs of the pages you have visited. This information is not linked to any personally identifiable information.

When registering to the site we will collect:

    1. Your Xbox LIVE Gamertag.
    2. Your email address.
    3. Your created password (It will be hashed encrypted and stored where nobody can see it.)
    4. Publicly available information from your Xbox LIVE profile. (Your achievements, games, bio, motto, avatar, and current game information.)
    5. All information you input into, your location that is shown on leaderboards for example.

3. How we use the information

None of your information stored on will be sold or distributed to any third parties without your permission unless we are forced by law.

Your Gamertag:

The Xbox LIVE Gamertag you register with will be used for identification on and for getting publicly available information from your Xbox LIVE profile.

Your email address:

Your email address will not be shown publicly on but may be used if we need to contact you or for account security features.

Your password:

Your password that is stored on our site is encrypted and cannot be accessed by anyone. It is still recommended that you use different passwords wherever you register an account for own security.

4. Links to third party websites

On there may be links to third party websites that contain information of your interest. We have no control of websites that do not use the domain so we are not responsible for your protection on other sites.

5. Cookies

A cookie is a small amount of data that is downloaded on to your browsing device when you first visit a site (many sites use them). When you return, the cookie can send its information back to the site so it knows you are a returning visitor.

Cookies are important for recording information about preferences you have chosen on the website you are visiting, for example if a site has the ability to change the background colour, a cookie could be used to store the chosen colour so it is the same on your next visit.

If for some reason you don’t want to store cookies, they can be deleted from your browser, refer to the manual for information on how to remove them.

6. Advertisements

The advertisements shown on our site are from third-party advertisement companies, these companies may use impersonal information about visits to and other websites in order to provide you with advertisements they believe are of interest to you.