When browsing the site accessible at the URL address (hereinafter referred to as the “Website“), users (hereinafter referred to as “Users“) are asked to provide personal data.

Consequently, the present privacy policy is intended to inform Users of the conditions of use of their data and of their rights.

The Website complies with French and European standards relating to the protection of privacy and personal data, and in particular with Law n°78-17 of January 6, 1978 relating to information technology, files and freedoms, amended by Law 2004-801 of August 6, 2004 and European Regulation 2016/679 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data (hereinafter together referred to as “RGPD“).

Article 1: Data controllers

The co-controllers of the processing of personal data are the members of the Consortium national du jeu vidéo namely:

ATLANGAMES: SARANGIE, 28 Bd Benoni Goullin, 44200 Nantes, France

BOUFTANG: Le Port 97420, Reunion Island

CAPITAL GAMES: Le Cargo, 157 Bd Macdonald, 75019 Paris, France


GAME ONLY: 2 Rue Bonnefoi 69003 LYON

PUSH START: La Halle Tropisme 121 Rue Fontcouverte, 34000 Montpellier

SELL: 42, avenue Kléber 75116 Paris


SNJV: 46 Rue Saint-Lazare, 75009 Paris

(hereinafter referred to as the “Joint Processors“).

Article 2: Nature of data collected

The data collected on the Website is that which enables the Joint Processors to identify Users directly or indirectly.

This may include personal data such as surname, first name, pseudonym, e-mail address, or connection data (such as IP address, ISP, continent, sub-continent, country, region and town of connection) and/or geolocation data (such as country and town of residence) and/or Website browsing data such as cookies.

Users who communicate the personal data of a third party must confirm that they have the consent of this third party to the use by the Website, publication and/or distribution on the Website of this third party’s personal data, where applicable.

In order to keep Users fully informed, the Joint Data Processors may also collect data relating to the use of the Website which does not enable Users to be identified. Such data may be entered by the User via the Website.

Article 3: Purpose of data collection

Personal data collected on the Website is used for the following purposes:

  • Create a User account;
  • Register and authenticate a User;
  • Analyze the User’s account;
  • Allow the User to update his/her account on the Website;
  • Allow the User to use the Website and the tools made available on the Website;
  • Enable the Co-Managers to send communications to Users, subject to the User’s prior consent;
  • To allow the User to interact with other Users on the Website through publications;
  • To enable the User to use the services offered via the Website, and in particular to have access to the tools made available;
  • If necessary, to put the Co-Managers in contact with Users;
  • To enable the Joint Processors to use anonymized data for statistical or research purposes;
  • Enable the Joint Data Processors to collect questions from Users;
  • To manage the Website, operations relating to Users, requests relating to Users’ rights (right of access, rectification, deletion, opposition, limitation and portability), disputes and litigation relating to the use of the Website;
  • Improve and optimize the quality and experience of the Website (such as analyses of how Users navigate the Website);
  • To manage the statistics and performance of the Website (such as audience measurement);

Secure the Website against fraud and attempt to detect, prevent or trace any attempt at malicious intent or computer intrusion, and manage any malfunctions such as breakdowns, bugs or errors.

In addition, data may be used to meet any legal and/or regulatory obligations.

Article 4 : Time of collection

Data collected via the Website is freely communicated by the User.

It may also be collected automatically during use of the Website, in particular when the User :

  • connects to the Website;
  • browses the pages of the Website;
  • creates an account on the Website;
  • sends a comment or a post from their account, their geolocation data being automatically indicated;
  • sends a request to the Joint Processors via the help center accessible on the Website.

Article 5: Consent

The confidentiality policy is accessible on the Website in the corresponding section.

Users are systematically informed of the privacy policy when they log on to the Website. Indeed, the creation of an account implies the User’s express, full and entire acceptance of the present confidentiality policy.

By ticking the box: “I have read the privacy policy and the General Terms of Use“, the User consents to his/her personal data being stored and processed by the Data Controller on behalf of the Co-Data Processors and/or its partners.

If the User wishes to withdraw his/her consent to the processing of his/her data, he/she may do so by sending a request to the following address:

Article 6: Recipients of personal data

The recipients of personal data collected on the Website are first and foremost the Data Controller.

In addition, the Joint Data Processors may be obliged to pass on the data collected to a third party in the event of receipt of a request from a judicial authority or any administrative authority empowered by law requesting the communication of this information in accordance with the legislative provisions in force. Where required by law, the User’s consent will be obtained or a possibility of refusal will be provided prior to any transmission of data.

Article 7: Users’ rights

In accordance with the French Data Protection Act no. 78-17 of January 6, 1978, amended by Act 2004-801 of August 6, 2004, and European Regulation 2016/679 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, the User has :

  • a right of access to their personal data ;
  • the right to rectify personal data;
  • a right to erase their personal data;
  • the right to object to the use of their personal data;
  • the right to limit the use of personal data;
  • a right to data portability.

Users wishing to assert one of these rights may send their request by email or post to the following addresses:

  • Postal address: JYROS – CHEZ GAME ONLY 2 Rue Bonnefoi 69003 LYON
  • E-mail:

If the User wishes to exercise any of these rights, he/she must provide the Co-Managers of the data processing with the information required for identification: surname, first name, e-mail address and, if applicable, postal address. In addition, in accordance with current regulations, the request must be signed, accompanied by a photocopy of a signed identity document, and must specify in detail the right that the User wishes to exercise, as well as the address to which the User wishes to receive a reply in the event that one of the above-mentioned rights is exercised.

The Joint Processors undertake to respond within a maximum of one (1) month following receipt of the User’s complete request.

In view of the complexity of the request and/or the number of requests, this period may be extended to two (2) months on condition that the Co-Managers inform the User within one (1) month of receipt of the request of the reasons for the postponement.

If the Joint Processors do not comply with the User’s request, the Joint Processors will inform the User of the reasons for their inaction within one (1) month of receipt of the request.

The Joint Data Processors inform Users of their right to lodge a complaint with the Commission Nationale Informatique et Libertés (CNIL) 3 place de Fontenoy TSA 80715 – 75334 Paris Cedex 07 –

Article 8: Retention period

Users’ personal data will not be kept beyond the period strictly necessary for the purposes pursued as set out in the privacy policy and in accordance with applicable laws, and in any event for no longer than (2) two years.

Any deletion of the User’s account will result in the deletion of all personal data pertaining to and linked to this account, which will not be retained by the Data Controller.

Notwithstanding the foregoing, personal data that the Data Controller may need to retain as evidence, for legal or administrative purposes, or in accordance with current legislation, may be retained for a longer period in compliance with said legal retention obligations.

As an exception to the foregoing, the User is hereby informed that if his or her account is deleted due to the User’s failure to meet his or her obligations, as provided for in the General Terms and Conditions of Use of the Website, then the Data Controller reserves the right to keep the User’s e-mail address and identifying information for a period of five (5) years, so that the User may not recreate an account.

Article 9: Links

On the Website, the User may have access to various links directing him/her to third-party sites.

The Joint Processors shall not be held liable for the content of sites referenced on the Website, for links posted by advertisers and/or on social networking pages where applicable, for information or content provided by third parties or for the privacy policies of such third parties accessed by the Website User.

The Joint Processors have no control over hypertext links.

Consequently, the Joint Processors make no warranties of any kind concerning, in particular :

  • the accuracy, quality, completeness and exhaustiveness of the content of the indexed websites ;
  • difficulties in accessing and operating the indexed websites;

and they shall in no event be held liable in the event of a dispute arising between a website indexed on the Website and/or on the pages of the social networks concerned and one of the Users, in particular for any loss or damage suffered, the operators of the indexed websites being solely responsible for the content of their site.

The present privacy policy does not govern third-party websites or third-party content accessed by Users of the Website.

Article 10: Cookies

10.1 General
A cookie is generally defined as a small file stored by a server on a user’s terminal (computer, telephone, etc.) and associated with a web domain (i.e. in most cases with all the pages of a single website). This file is automatically sent back when the user contacts the same domain again.

Cookies have many uses, including storing an identifier, the language in which the web page is displayed, an identifier enabling a user’s navigation to be tracked for statistical purposes, and so on.

Some of these uses are strictly necessary for functionalities expressly requested by the user, or to establish communication, and are therefore exempt from consent. Others, which do not correspond to these criteria, require the user’s consent before reading or writing.

Information collected via cookies is stored for a maximum of twenty-five (25) months.

10.2 Types of cookies
During consultation of the Website, cookies or other means of recording navigation data collected are used by the Joint Processors or by third parties, service providers for the Website, which are deposited on the User’s terminal (computer, mobile or tablet).

The Website thus uses strictly necessary cookies, without which Users cannot use the Website and benefit from its services. In addition, cookies intended to improve the Website’s services, analytical cookies or cookies for sharing information with third parties are used by the Website with the User’s consent.

10.2.1 Cookies strictly necessary for the operation of the Website and the provision of its services
The cookies used by the Joint Processors enable Users to be identified, to recognize their browser when they connect to the Website, to record their browsing preferences, to memorize an identifier and to adapt the presentation of the Website to the display preferences of the User’s terminal, with the sole aim of providing the tool and services to which Users have access at their express request. These cookies are essential for the proper operation of the Website and for Users’ browsing on the Website, and therefore do not require the User’s consent.

Users may, however, configure their browsing software in such a way as to oppose, totally or partially (in particular depending on the issuer), the recording of these cookies, but the Joint Processors draw Users’ attention to the fact that their browsing experience may be altered as a result.

10.2.2 Cookies for improving the Website’s services, analytical cookies or cookies for sharing information with third parties

Other cookies, which make it possible, for example, to improve the performance of the Website, to measure the audience and activity, to detect navigation problems and improve the experience of Users, or to share information, may be deposited on Users’ terminals only with their express prior consent via a cookie banner or the cookie manager at the bottom of each page of the Website. Users may withdraw their consent at any time under the terms and conditions set out below. Consent is valid for six (6) months. At the end of this period, consent to the installation of such cookies will be requested again.

10.3 Cookie management
Consent to the deposit and reading of User data by cookies is requested on the first visit to the Website by means of an information banner displayed prominently on the page consulted.

This banner will present in a simple and clear manner all the purposes of cookies, as well as the data controllers (who may be presented by category, where appropriate).

Therefore, on the User’s first visit to the Website, he/she is asked whether he/she accepts cookies requiring his/her consent, classified into different categories according to the purpose, before installing them on his/her computer or terminal. Cookies requiring such consent are only placed if the User expressly accepts them by checking the box(es) and/or button(s) dedicated to each of the cookie categories concerned within the Website’s cookie management module.

Cookies are managed via a management module accessible at, which is displayed when the User first connects to the Website.

For the use of cookies for which the consent of Users is required, such consent remaining optional, Users are free to refuse such consent or to withdraw it at any time via the aforementioned cookie management module.

Article 11: Modification of the privacy policy

The Co-Managers reserve the right to modify the present privacy policy at any time, in particular in order to take into account any legal, jurisprudential, editorial, functional and/or technical developments. Where necessary, the Joint Data Processors will inform Users and/or seek their consent. The Joint Data Processors advise Users to regularly consult the page of the Website on which the privacy policy appears to take note of any changes or updates made to the privacy policy.

Article 12 : Contact

For any questions relating to this privacy policy, or for any requests relating to personal data, Users may contact Le Consortium National du Jeu Vidéo pour l’Environnement at the following address:

Article 13: Applicable law

The privacy policy is governed by French law.

Version of October 06, 2023