Terms & Conditions

We try hard to make sure the information throughout Empire52 is accurate but we make no guarantees. All information on this site is provided without any warranty or guarantee of any kind. (Hey, it’s free.) You agree that neither we nor our webmaster are responsible or liable for any loss or harm you may suffer as a result of your using the information you find on this site or in our email newsletter. If you do not agree to this then please do not use the free information provided here.

Gambling involves risk, and that’s why they call it gambling. When you gamble you will probably lose. The only way to ensure that you will not lose money at gambling is not to play.

As for online gambling, please check your local, state and provincial laws before you gamble online. (Don’t ask us, we’re not lawyers.) If your local laws prohibit online gambling then we recommend you consider an alternative form of entertainment. Nothing on this site should be construed as an inducement to violate any law.

Privacy Policy

We don’t sell, rent, or give out your email address or last name, period.

Visitors who sign up for our email newsletter  provide their email address. We do not sell our mailing list or otherwise make it available to anyone else. The only time we will do so is if we are required to by law.

Sometimes we run a cross-promotion with other gambling sites in which we select a random winner who wins only if they have subscribed to the newsletter at each site participating in the promotion. In that case we have to tell the webmasters of the other sites whether a particular email address is on our list or not.

Visitors often write to us to ask questions about gambling. We may publish these questions (and our answers) in our Ask Empire52column, but will identify questioners only by their first name, last initial, and city (or even less than that if they ask to be 100% anonymous instead of just 99% anonymous).

Most ads on our site contain tracking codes so we can track how many clicks each advertiser is getting. Click data is recorded in a database and includes the name of the browser used and the IP address the click came from. The IP data is used only to distinguish clicks from each other, and never to try to identify any particular individual.

We use cookies to make sure we don’t count advertising clicks from the same computer more than once.