Terms and Conditions
Effective 01 December 2022.
Organized Play Events referred to as OPE during this document.
1.1 Event details, timings and car park arrangements are subject to change and should be checked prior to traveling.
1.2 No smoking is permitted at event venues other than in areas designated for smoking.
1.3 Entry to the OPE’s Events is at your own risk. To the extent permitted by law, OPE excludes all liability for loss, damage or injury suffered by an attendee however caused.
1.4 Attendees shall be responsible to OPE for any loss or damage to the event venue, furnishings or equipment therein caused by the wilful act or default of an attendee.
1.5 Animals are not permitted at OPE event venues with the exception of assistance dogs.
1.6 OPE reserves the right to conduct security searches to all persons attending the OPE’s events and their possessions.
1.7 OPE does not accept any responsibility for personal property brought into our event venues.
1.8 OPE reserves the right to alter the date, time and/ or location of our events at its discretion. Should this occur, OPE will make reasonable efforts to communicate any changes promptly.
1.9 OPE shall have no liability in connection with any cancellation, alteration or postponement of the Event, including but not limited to accommodation and travel costs incurred by attendees and their guests.
3.1 OPE reserves the right to vary any of these Terms and Conditions without notice. In such an event, OPE will make reasonable efforts to communicate any changes.
3.2 These rules are governed by the laws of England and any dispute will be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts. Participation indicates acceptance of the rules as final and legally binding.
3.3 Unaccompanied minors are not permitted to attend OPE Events.
3.4 Entry to OPE’s events will be subject to any additional terms and conditions stipulated on those respective tickets.
3.5 OPE reserves the right to refuse to serve alcohol at its discretion if it believes attendees to be intoxicated.
3.6 Attendees must arrange their own and their guest’s transport and accommodation (if required) at their own cost.
3.7 By attending an Event, attendees consent to OPE taking photographs, video recordings and/or audio recordings for print, electronic and digital promotional purposes.
3.8 Attendees agree that OPE can use their name for advertising and promotional purposes. Details of the attendees may be published on OPE's websites and in email newsletters.
3.9 Registered business address: Organized Play Events, 80 Montgomery Road, Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, CV31 2TG
3.10 OPE reserves the right to refuse entry at its discretion. Tickets for customers refused entry will be fully refunded. OPE shall not be liable for any other costs the customer may have incurred.
3.11 OPE reserves the right to eject customers for inappropriate behavior without a refund as defined in the event packs for our events.
Privacy and Cookies Policy
4.2 OPE is committed to protecting and respecting your privacy. We take the privacy of all of our customers and site users (you) very seriously and take great care to protect your personal information.
4.3 Please read the following policy carefully to understand what personal information we may collect from you, how we may use it, and your rights in respect of our use. By using this website, you accept the terms of this Privacy and Cookies Policy.
4.5 Who we are
OPE is a Limited Company owned by Thomas Roberts. Thomas can be contacted at [email protected]
4.6 Who is the data controller
The data controller is Thomas Roberts. OPE has no employees but does use contractors. Volunteers such as tournament organizers
are trained in GDPR compliance if they have access to user data.
Contractors, volunteers and OPE’s accountant, have agreed to comply with GDPR requirements. Authors and contributors to the site do not have access to user data.
4.7 Who are our data processors
We use a number of services to handle and process user data. These are considered data processors:
Sendgrid, a reputable email list provider service we use to manage most of our outgoing emails. Sendgrid stores and processes your email address,
email preferences and name if you provide it (you do not have to).
Google, specifically GSuite. We use Google to manage the day to day operations of the business.
Stripe, a leading payment gateway which processes payment information. We never see or store full credit card information.
We use Stripe mainly for membership subscription payments.
4.8 What data do we collect and why
We collect data differently depending on how you interact with our website.
Like most website operators, we collect non-personally-identifying information of the sort that web browsers and servers typically make available,
such as the browser type, language preference, referring site, and the date and time of each visitor request. Our purpose in collecting non-personally
identifying information is to better understand how our visitors use our website so that we can better meet user needs and expectations.
We regularly look at internal reports on what people are reading on our website so we know what is popular, where people find out about our website
(known as the referral source) and how people then use the website once they arrive.
If you interact with our website and services further we will collect more information from you, but only with your consent.
We store your email address and also track which of our emails you open and what links you click in our emails. The data is securely stored on our behalf by Sendgrid.
We collect and store the information you provide when you sign up as a paying member including name, username, email address, and address. This does not include the details of the credit or debit card you use. We need to store your payment details for a period of seven years to comply with tax requirements.We collect and store the information you provide when you sign up as a paying member including name, username, email address, and address. This does not include the details of the credit or debit card you use. We need to store your payment details for a period of seven years to comply with tax requirements.
4.9 How do we store your data
Your data is stored on our website servers. These are secure servers and your data is send to us securely via SSL encryption.
4.10 How you can request a copy of your data
You can email us at [email protected] to request a copy of your personal data.
4.11 How you can request that we delete your data
You can email us at [email protected] to request data deletion. We will delete as much of your data as we are permitted to: if you are a paying
customer we cannot delete all of your personal data for a period of seven years because we are obliged by law to retain payment information for that period for tax purposes.
We may change this policy by posting a new version of this policy on this Website. When we do change the policy, we will also revise the “effective” date at the top of
this page and may notify you of any material changes or post a message on the Website.
Your continued use of this Website following such changes constitutes your acceptance of the revised policy.
4.13 Contacting OPE
For questions, comments or concerns regarding this policy, please contact us by email at [email protected]
5.1 All tickets purchased from the OPE website are fully refundable within 48 hours of the event date the tickets have been purchased for. This does not affect your statutory rights.