Use of cookies

1. Introduction

We and our partners store and get access to non-sensitive data from your device such as cookies or unique device identifier and process personal data such IP addresses and cookie identifiers for the purpose of enhancing your browsing experience, measuring of our visitors’ preferences etc.

In order to make the visits to our website as comfortable as possible, this website has to store in your computer a small amount of information, the so called cookies. Cookies, among other things, serve to achieve optimum operation of the website and to enable us to introduce further improvements of the website and enhance your browsing experience. By using this web site, you give your consent for the use of cookies.

By giving your cookie consent, you permit this website and its partners to perform the following data processing operations: security and rectification of errors, interconnection of different devices, receiving and use of automatically provided characteristics of the device, technical delivery of ads, aligning and combining out-of-network data sources.

Blocking of cookies is possible and thereafter you will still be able to browse the website but some of its functionalities will no more be available to you.

2. What is a cookie?

A cookie is information stored in your computer, table or mobile phone which can be provided either directly by the website you visit (the first-party cookies) or in cooperation with and for the needs of a third-party website that you visit (the third-party cookies). The cookies are typically stored in your website settings, such as e.g. preferred language or similar settings. Later on, when you open again the same website, the browser sends back the cookies belonging to that website. This allows this website to display the information adapted to your needs. The cookies can store a wide range of information, including a portion of personal information. Such information can be stored only if you enable that – websites cannot get access to information that you have not provided and cannot get access to other files in your computer. Further information about cookies is available here.

3. Types of cookies and their application

3.1.  Strictly necessary cookies

Strictly necessary cookies are required for you to be able to use our website correctly. These are the cookies enabling the website operation and without them the website could not work. These cookies are used exclusively by us and therefore they constitute the first-party cookies. This means that all information stored in the cookies will be re-directed back to our website. Such cookies can be either blocked in the browser or set so that the browser warns about them.

3.2.  Operational and functionality cookies

With the cookies for operation of the website we count the number of visits and sources of the traffic which are used for measuring but also for improvement of the website operation. All information gathered by these cookies gets accumulated and is therefore anonymous. Also, in addition to the above mentioned reasons, the functionality cookies allow the provision of additional adaptations and functions. Such cookies can be set either by us or by third-party service providers whose services have been added to the website. If you don’t want to allow such cookies, we will not know when you have visited our website but also certain website functionalities might not work properly.

3.3.  Social network cookies

The cookies used by social networks, such as Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn etc. for the purpose of advertising, enhancing the user experience and sharing the contents through social networks.

3.4.  Marketing cookies

The marketing cookies keep records of the website visits for the purpose of delivering ads of relevance to your interests. They also serve to limit the number of times you can see the same ad on our website and to measure the effectiveness of our marketing campaigns.

3.5.  Other cookies

Within the meaning of this Policy, other cookies, such as the system for cookie diversification, Google map or calendar functionality, monitoring the application performance as well as other social network cookies also include analytical or marketing cookies which all together constitute the third-party cookies.

3.6.  Full list of cookies

4. Purpose of the cookies uses the cookies in order to ensure enhanced user experience. When using our website, you can also receive third-party cookies.

4.1. Statistical data collection, correct content display and ensuring the proper operation of the website

The website uses the cookies for the purpose of statistical tracking of the website visits in order to get necessary information about the website performance while also using the third-party services entitled Google Analytics. also uses cookies for the purpose of advertising the products/services of Jamnica plus on that same website, on display networks and through the use of re-marketing on the Google Analytics service. By using the cookies, the third-party suppliers (including Google), in cooperation with Sarajevski kiseljak, display the ads of Sarajevski kiseljak on the websites of the entire Internet. It is to be particularly noted here that you can disconnect the Google Analytics service for advertising on the display network and adapt the ads for Google display network by means of the Ad Manager Tool ( ). Also, for the purpose of planning the publication of contents appropriate for your interests and future marketing campaigns, we use the Google Analytics Demographics and Interest Reporting tools where we can use the data from Google advertising based on the interest or data about the third-party audience (e.g. age, sex and interests) on the Google Analytics service. More detailed third-party information about this service and about the user possibility to set the cookies required for this purpose is available at:

4.2. Social networks

Social networks can also set cookies in your computer. This happens on the websites which enable you to log in and register via the social network accounts and if you are sharing the website content on the social network (e.g. by means of the “Like” button). Actual impact on your privacy will differ from one social network to another and depends on the privacy settings you have selected on those networks. Please read the Privacy Policy of the social networks Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and YouTube. On the above mentioned websites you can also find how to manage these cookies.

4.3. Advertising on digital channels

Google Ads

We use Google Ads to attract attention by means of ads posted via the Google Ads platform. We wish to show you those ads which are interesting to you. Google delivers ads via the so called “ads providers” and for that purpose we use the ads providers’ cookies in order to measure ads effectiveness. Google Ads stores the cookies in your devices. We have no influence on the scope and further use of data collected by Google and we are inviting you to find more information about the purpose and scope of data collection and processing by Google in the Google Privacy Policy at: Data transfers to third countries are possible. Article 46 of GDPR shall apply in respect of standard protection clauses as appropriate safeguards. More information on this subject is available here:

Facebook Custom Audience (Facebook Pixel)

Due to the use of Facebook pixel, your browser automatically establishes a direct connection to the Facebook server after you give your consent for the use of cookies where such consent is required. By integration of the Facebook Pixel tool, Facebook receives the information that you have referred to a website corresponding to our website or you have clicked on our ad. If you are registered for Facebook service, Facebook can connect your visit with your account.

Processing of such data by Facebook shall be performed in compliance with the Facebook Data Protection Policy. Particular information and details about Facebook Pixel tool and its functionality are available from the Facebook Help Centre at:

Google Tag Manager

This website used Google Tag Manager. Google Tag Manager uses only the tags, which means that no cookies are used and no personal data is collected. Google Tag Manager activates other tags which collect such data if necessary. However, Google Tag Manager does not reach out for such data. If a deactivation has been made at the domain or cookies level, it continues to apply to all tracking tags if implemented with Google Tag Manager.

More information is available here.

4.4. Newsletter

Newsletter of the ProGame brand contains offers, news and additional information about the ProGame brand itself. Subscription to the newsletter is possible by entering the e-mail address on the with your consent to use the e-mail address for the purpose of sending personalised information about ProGame.

For newsletter distribution we use the system MailChimp of the company Rocket Science Group, LLC, 675 Ponce De Leon Ave NE 5000, Atlanta, GA 30308, USA). MailChimp has been adapted to the Privacy Shield data protection agreement and shall comply with the EU privacy policies. MailChimp Data Protection Policy is available on the following link: MailChimp will not contact you directly or use your data. The data will be not transmitted to any third parties. The data used by MailChimp includes the “web beacon” which sends information about the opening of the newsletter and/or activation of links inside the newsletter. In the process, the information about your Internet browser and your IP address and location will be sent to MailChimp.

5. How to disable cookies?

If you wish, you can disable the storage of cookies in your computer, but blocking of all cookies could have a negative impact on the use of many websites, our included.

Technical cookie setting can be controlled and configured in your Internet browser. If you wish to delete or disable the cookies from your computer, you will need to update your Internet browser settings (information about how to delete and disable the cookies can be found in your browser by clicking on the Help Menu).

Cookie settings set by Google Ads, can be prevented from participating in this tracking procedure in different ways: a) by setting the browser software accordingly, in particular by preventing the third-party cookies, you will not receive the third-party provider’s ads; b) by excluding the cookies for transformation tracking by setting the browser so that the cookies are blocked using the domain; this setting is deleted when you delete the cookies; c) by deactivation of ads based on the service provider’s interests which are a part of the self-regulation campaign “About ads” via the link, which setting is cleared when you delete the cookies; d) by permanent deactivation of Firefox, Internet Explorer or Google Chrome u in your browser using the link .

Cookies can be adjusted at any time through cookie settings of the website which can be found here.


Further information about disabling of cookies

Several websites currently exist for blocking the storage of cookies for different services.

More information can be found at the following web addresses:

European Interactive Digital Advertising Alliance (EU)

Internet Advertising Bureau (US)

Internet Advertising Bureau (EU)

Agencija za zaštitu osobnih podataka (AZOP)