Website Privacy Policy

Nintendo of Europe GmbH Website Privacy Policy

Last updated: 11.2015

This privacy policy covers the use of this website, operated by Nintendo of Europe GmbH ("Nintendo"), Herriotstrasse 4, D-60528 Frankfurt, Germany.

Data Processing

Nintendo respects the privacy rights of its online visitors and recognises the importance of protecting their personal data. Online visitors are not required to provide Nintendo with their personal data in order to use this website.

At the same time, certain information is transmitted to Nintendo’s servers by the Internet browser of each online visitor when they access the website, including the date and time of access, the name of the requested file, the referral webpage, the status (e.g. transaction completed), the Web browser and operating system used, the IP address of the device and the size of transmitted data. This information is stored in connection logs for a limited period of time for the purpose of ensuring the security and proper functioning of the website as well as for statistical purposes.


Nintendo may place cookies on its website. Cookies are small files downloaded to your computer. Cookies help us to ensure the safety and smooth functionality of our website (security cookies and session cookies) and to collect information about the products our online visitors are interested in, as well as the navigation they choose through our website, in order to make our online offers more attractive for our users (tracking cookies; see below).

You can disable cookies or set your browser to alert you when cookies are being sent. However, if you do disable cookies, you may not be able to use all functions of this website. Additionally you have the option to deactivate only tracking cookies. See below for more information.

Tracking cookies

Nintendo's tracking cookies

We use our own tracking cookies on our website to help us learn how we can serve our customers as best we can. These tracking cookies enable us to monitor how long you stay on a page, for example, or which pages you visit exactly.

Third-party tracking cookies

Additionally, we use tracking cookies from other companies. These tracking cookies allow us to recognise you on third-party websites, and enable us to show you personalised content there. We use tracking cookies from the following companies:

Company name Using company's cookies since More information
Adform October, 2015 Official website, Inc. October, 2015 Official website
AppNexus Inc. October, 2015 Official website
Captify February, 2016 Official website
Criteo SA October, 2015 Official website
Facebook, Inc. October, 2015 Official website
Flashtalking, Inc. October, 2015 Official website
Google Inc. October, 2015 Official website
Hotjar Ltd. April, 2016 Official website
MediaMath, Inc. October, 2015 Official website
Microsoft Corporation October, 2015 Official website
Optimizely June, 2016 Official website
Quantcast Corporation October, 2015 Official website
Rocket Fuel Inc. October, 2015 Official website
Sizmek October, 2015 Official website
The Trade Desk January, 2017 Official website
Turn Inc. November, 2015 Official website
Twitter, Inc. October, 2015 Official website
Xaxis, Inc. October, 2015 Official website
YuMe, Inc. October, 2015 Official website

By using this website, you agree to our use of tracking cookies.

You can change the tracking cookies settings at any time:

If we change our use of tracking cookies, you will be notified via a message at the top of the website. You can access the tracking cookie settings from that notification, or by following the relevant link at the bottom of the website.

Additionally, the European Interactive Digital Advertising Alliance (EDAA) has developed the website Your Online Choices ( On this website you can find more information about your cookies, and manage them.

User Communications

When you send an email or other communication to Nintendo, we may retain those communications in order to process your inquiries. Most email messages are deleted after they are responded to. In the event that Nintendo becomes legally obligated to disclose information obtained from consumers pursuant to legal or administrative process, Nintendo will take all reasonable steps to remove personal information from the data where possible.

Nintendo Newsletter

If you subscribe to the Nintendo Newsletter, we will use your email address to send you the regular newsletter and to alert you to new Nintendo or third-party products and events. You can unsubscribe from this service at any time via a link in the newsletter.


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