Partner Opt Out

OPTING OUT OF BEHAVIOURALLY TARGETED ADVERTISING AND ANALYTICS

If you wish to limit behaviourally targeted advertising, you can do so by limiting ad tracking in your device settings. Please note that opt-outs are specific to each browser and device and it may take a little bit of time before your opt-out will take effect.

For mobile advertising in apps, you can reset your Advertising Identifier and depending on your device, select to opt out of interest-based ads (Android) or turn on the Limit Ad Tracking setting (iOS).

For display advertising on the Web, you can also adjust your browser settings to limit certain tracking by means of cookies, and by visiting the following sites: http://www.aboutads.info/choices and http://www.youronlinechoices.eu/.

We also use partners to perform services for us as processors for attribution. These partners do not use your data for additional purposes and your opt-outs can also affect these partners.

AMT Games also works with a number of other analytics and ad serving partners within our mobile apps and websites. These partners can use cookies, web beacons, and other tracking technologies to collect or receive data about you and might claim controller rights over your personal data.

We also provide the Service on many web platforms, such as ArmorGames and Kongregate, Facebook we use their identifiers to provide you with a “save game feature”, but they operate all other personal data and we do not collect it.

Besides, we use Xsolla as a payment processor for some platforms that do not have their own payment processing service.

For more information about their privacy practices and opt-out possibilities, please visit the links below.

Measuring

Google
Yandex
Appsflyer
Clickhouse
Facebook
Apple
Amazon

Payment Processing

Google
Apple
Xsolla
Kongregate
Mail.ru
VK
Facebook
Amazon
Rambler

Advertising

Unity Ads
Ad Mob

Infrastructure

OVH
Cloudflare

Integrations

Google
Apple
Xsolla
Kongregate
Mail.ru
VK
Facebook
Amazon
Rambler
NinjaKiwi
ArmorGames

 

Last updated: 25 May, 2018