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At eSports Challenger, our goal is to provide a safe, secure gaming environment for youth between the ages 10-18 years. Like any sport, online gaming is very competitive, and needs regulations. Due to the nature of the internet, gamers of any age could potentially compete in an unregulated environment. We do not think this is safe for underaged gamers nor encourages a fair competitive environment. eSC believes that online gaming should include brackets and leagues that are organized by age groups. This allows players of alike ages, maturity, and possibly talent to compete on a level playing field.
eSC has a bracket for youth ages 10-13 and a bracket for youth ages 14-18. There some young gamers that will excel in their bracket, and will need additional challenges by competing in a higher bracket. We have developed a procedure whereby you, the parent, can allow your child (ages 10-13) to compete in the bracket designed for 14-18 year olds. When your child (ages 10-13) enrolls in eSC, you will receive an email detailing this process called
Play Up. We, however, recommend that all players start in the bracket designed for their specific age group.
Effective: December 19, 2013
Children can visit www.esportschallenger.com (our “Site”), view content, and join games, and customize their experience without any personal information being collected. We collect information from the parents or the child if they register on the eSC Site. Children must register in order to join the site; parents must authenticate the children by completing parent registration within 21 days of a child registering. The only information we collect during our child registration process is a child's name, parent's e-mail address, child's birth date, display name, and password. We collect birth dates to validate the ages of our guests, including children. During parent registration we collect parent email, parent password, credit card information and billing address. We use this information to authenticate the parent. We also will collect a child's e-mail address from a parent for the purpose of sending the child e-mail related to his/her membership and for customer support. We may collect additional personal information from parents in order to allow their children to participate in certain features located on our Web site. These features may include one-to- one instant message chatting, voice chatting, sending e-mail both to friends and to email address outside of the site, posting on site message boards, joining teams, registering for challenges or tournaments, and other similar activities. In the course of a child's participation in these features, a child may also reveal to us additional information about himself or herself, such as the contents of his or her chat or message board postings. We will not solicit information from a child. All personal information that we collect comes from the child's parent.
Personal information regarding a child may be collected and used to enable a child's participation in certain interactive features such as instant message chatting, sending e-mail, posting on message boards, joining teams, registering for challenges or tournaments, and other similar activities. Parents accept responsibility for features child members use on the site, These activities may involve disclosure of a child's personal information to third parties and our partners and operators. In addition, we may share a child's personal information with third parties to the extent reasonably necessary to: protect the security of integrity of our sites; to take precautions against liability; to respond to judicial process; or to the extent permitted under provisions of law, to provide information to law enforcement agencies or for an investigation related to public safety. eSports Challenger has no power to enforce or change the policies of third party partners or operators, but – prior to working with each – we receive representations from them that their privacy policies are COPPA compliant. We periodically request re-verification of this.
We send parents an e-mail if their child registers with the Site, requesting parent confirm the registration by completing the parent registration process. We provide parents 21 days to accept or refuse their child–s registration. If the parent refuses to allow the child–s registration or does nothing within the 21-day time period, we delete the child–s information from our database. If a parent accepts the request to register and completes the registration process, the child will be able to use the site.
At any time parents can refuse to permit us to collect further personal information from their child and can request that any personal information we have collected be deleted from our records. We use the following method to allow parents to access, change, or delete the personally identifiable information that we have collected from their children. Depending upon what a parent requests, it may be necessary to delete a child–s user profile completely.
If you need further assistance, please send an e-mail with your questions or comments to email@example.com or write us at: eSports Challenger Parent Support, 1220 Irmscher Blvd, Celina, OH 45822.