About Brothers in Games
This page describes the different lagal statement of the Brothers in Games apps.
What information do we collect and what do we use them for?
We collect information of the app usage trough Google Analytics. The information collected is the kind of
displayed views or the buttons pressed. Any information you enter trough the forms are kept within the
application. They may be used by the application to personalize your experience, but they are not shared with us.
This is a list of asked permissions and why we do need them. We do share the same policy trough all the apps, so
those permissions may not be asked in all the apps, but when they are, this is what for.
- Read your contacts: Brothers In Games allows you to associate people to events (like your
opponent in a battle). The idea is to help you find your gaming friends and for that, you should be able to
contact them. Rather than duplicating a contact management feature, we choose to rely on the existing one on
your device. The apps are just collecting the name and ID of the contact. To contact them, the contact card
is displayed using your contact app to which we provide the contact ID. None of your contact data is sent
away from your device.
- Find accounts on the device: For sign in purpose, we are looking for your e-mail addresses
associated to your Google accounts so you can choose one from the spinner in the form. None of your accounts
detail is sent away from your device except the e-mail address you have chosen for your Brothers In Games
- Read calendar events plus confidential information: One of the feature of Brothers In
Games is to add gaming events in your calendar. We do not ask for writing permission as we delegate the
event creation or edition to the calendar app. But to inform you from the app if an event is already in your
calendar or to select the right action (create or edit), we need to check in your calendar if this event
exists or not. We do only look for events at the same time window as the gaming event, and nothing is sent
away from your device.
- Full network access and view network connections: Well, as Brothers In Games is looking for
information and data online, you can guess why those permissions are needed.
- Precise location: your current location is used to fill search forms so you do not have to.
We may use your location to provide you local data. We try to respect your device usage and privacy as much
as we can so the location uses the passive position which means that we drain the minimum battery, but the
location may not be accurate.
- Find accounts on the device: the app look for your Google accounts and collects the e-mail
addresses so you can choose one from that list as a e-mail associated to your account. Doing so, rather than
letting you enter a e-mail address, does have several benefits. First, you do not have to type. Second, we
are certain that you entered a real e-mail address without mistakes. You can't have an error so we do not
have to deal with any e-mail modification feature for now. Third, as this is one of your address, we do not
have to bother you with a verification e-mail and you can use the features immediately. this address is
associated to your account, we may send you e-mails if needed (such as to retrieve your password) but it
will never be shown or sent to anyone without your consent.
Third party ad servers
We are using third party advertising companies to serve ads within the apps or on the website. These companies
may use information about your usage or visits in order to provide advertisements about goods and services of
interest to you. Any information that these third parties collect is generally not personally identifiable
(unless, for example, you provide personally identifiable information to them through an ad or e-mail message).
We encourage you to read these businesses’ privacy policies if you should have any concerns about how they will
care for your personal information.
Do we disclose any information to outside parties?
We do not sell, trade, or otherwise transfer to outside parties any information. We may release your information
when we believe release is appropriate to comply with the law, enforce our site policies, or protect ours or
others rights, property, or safety. However, non-personally identifiable users or visitors information may be
provided to other parties for marketing, advertising, or other uses.
use any ad-blocker software and allow us to check their presence on our devices. In case of usage of ad-server
blockers apps, you agree that the app may turn off any or all of its features.