The entirety of the email can be read below.
On May 25th, a new and important privacy-concerned regulation will come into effect across the entire European Union — the General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”). In a nutshell, GDPR requires all EU-based companies to pay additional attention to all personal data customers provide them with.
Together with the new law come a few formalities that require companies to implement changes in Privacy Policies and User Agreements — us included.
No action is required on your part. However, since we think privacy is an important aspect of everyone’s life, we do encourage you to read on.
We’d like to inform you that our Privacy Policies are now adjusted to be fully compliant with GDPR. Reading them will now give you a lot more information about things like data retention periods (i.e. how long we will keep your data), our Trusted Partners (i.e. entities that help us bringing you our games or services), or where we store your data.
Changes will take effect on May 25th, 2018. To view the entirety of the changes to each document click the links below.
- User Agreement – CD PROJEKT RED
- User Agreement – GWENT
Alongside the update, Projekt Red has revealed that the rating system for GWENT has changed to 16+. As a result, players will now need to be older than 16 to play.
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