Cookie Policy - Jersey Casinos

Ogooga Services SRL is a Romanian legal entity, based in Bucharest, Bd. Ion Mihalache 15 – 17, Floor 8, Sector 1 – registered at the Trade Register, under no. J40 / 11888/2016. Please read this cookie policy at the beginning of your interaction with our website.

A cookie represents a small text file that is stored and/or read by the web browsers on the hard drive or memory of the device you use, be it a smartphone, computer, or tablet. It saves information about each session, the word “session” referring to the time you spend on a site. The main purpose of a cookie policy is to make your interaction with the website you are visiting more secure, intuitive, and faster – as they can store your preferences, such as your credentials and language. The cookie settings are saved and read by the original website (first-party cookie) or by another website they belong to (third-party cookie), when you visit the website again, using the same device. uses the cookie technology to provide you with a personalized web experience. The data stored by the cookies used on our website never reveal personal details that can help establish an individual entity. To learn more about cookies, please visit All About Cookies, a website which provides additional information on behavioral advertising and online privacy.

You have the option to withdraw your consent to our cookie policy whenever you please.  You can do so by blocking or deleting the cookies either through your web browser settings or by using third-party software. Alternatively, you can follow the specific instructions for the cookie categories in the following sections. However, you may encounter some issues with the use of certain parts of our website if you disable the cookies. In case you want to delete the cookies stored on your device and set your web browser to refuse cookies, all you have to do is use your web browser preferences settings. Simply access the cookies settings in the “Options” section, and then click on the “Tools” or “Preferences” menus. Depending on the existing web browsers, you have at your disposal various means to disable our cookie policy. For more information, please visit your browser’s website:

Depending on the function for which cookies are used, they are usually classified into four categories, each of them serving a unique purpose. While some are considered necessary for the website to function properly, others can be disabled, depending on your preferences. Below you will find a short description of all cookie types, their role, and how you can manage them:

Absolutely Necessary Cookies

This cookie policy allows you to browse a website and its basic functions. They are usually installed only in response to actions you take that equate to a service request. This cookie policy is essential for the use of the website and we strongly recommend its usage for a secure and seamless navigation. This cookie category enables core functionality of our website, such as security, network management, and accessibility.

Preferences Cookies

Statistics and performance are used to recognize you when you return to our website. They allow us to provide you with enhanced and more personalized features, such as reminding you of your preferences. Moreover, they allow us to recognize and count users, as well as collect information about the way you use our website (for example, which pages a user opens most often and whether the user receives error messages from certain pages). This cookie policy helps us improve the way our website works, making sure you can easily find what you are looking for.

Cookies for Marketing and Target Audience Identification

This cookie policy records your visits to our website. This includes the pages you have visited, as well as the links you have accessed. We use this information to provide more relevant advertising for you and your interests. At the same time, they are used to limit the frequency with which you can see an ad. Moreover, they help measure the effectiveness of your advertising campaigns.

Social Media and Third-party Cookies

This cookie policy allows you to share your social media activity directly from your social network accounts, such as Facebook, Twitter, or Google+. They are also used to provide you with additional services outside of our website. Please note that these cookies are not controlled by us.

What is a cookie policy?

A cookie represents a small text file that a website you access stores on your device when you visit the site. 

Why do websites show cookie policy?

Websites that collect data from you when you access them are legally required to have a cookie policy in place. Laws such as the ePrivacy Directive and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) require websites to disclose details of their use of cookies.

Is it safe to accept cookies?

A cookie policy of a website is not harmful and can’t infect your device with malware. They are completely safe and were designed to offer a personalized experience for the end-users of a website.

What happens if I don’t accept the cookie policy of a website?

You always have the option to decline the cookie files of a website. In most cases, it won’t affect your experience on the site. However, you won’t get the personalized settings that make browsing more convenient.

How do you stop a site asking to accept cookies Safari?

If you are using Safari as your browser, you can modify the cookie settings by accessing the Privacy tab from your browser’s Preferences menu.

What is the difference between strictly necessary and functional cookies?

Strictly necessary cookies support the functionality of a website and ensure it works properly. They are completely anonymous and do not track browsing activity across other websites. On the other hand, functional cookies help website owners personalize the browsing experience of end-users, but are not necessary for the website’s primary functions.

What cookies should I delete?

It is recommended to delete or decline Third-party cookies in case they are already stored on your browser, as website owners could sell your browsing data to third parties, such as advertisers.