What is Button Rage?

Button Rage is an event organized by Mathieu Depuydt BVBA 0500.713.109 and is a Belgian fighting game tournament on a casual level.

The contact person for all your questions, requests or complaints about the processing of your personal data at Button Rage is Mathieu Depuydt:

Button Rage processes personal data of natural persons in the context of its activities, including natural persons, customers, staff members, applicants, etc.

Button Rage maintains a strict privacy policy in accordance with the GDPR regulation.


Which personal data is being processed by Button Rage?

Button Rage processes the personal data necessary for the execution of its agreements that are concluded in the context of its activities, and also processes the data that are necessary for Button Rage to carry out its (commercial) activities.

It may be for example your name, first name and contact details, but also your choice of language, your company or VAT number, your bank account number, credit card number, email address, etc. But also the communication you have with Button Rage as current or potential partner, participant, applicant, customer, person involved, etc.

Button Rage occasionally processes sensitive personal data within the framework of the GDPR, if necessary.


Legal basis and purposes of processing

Processing in the context of to be concluded or current agreements is the most important legal basis for data processing by Button Rage and its members.

If necessary, your additional, explicit and specific consent for the processing of your personal data will be requested in accordance with the GDPR. A given consent can in principle be withdrawn free of charge and electronically, unless of course there is another legal ground for the processing.

In this context Button Rage notes that Button Rage or its members can also process your data from a ‘legitimate interest’ ground. For example, Button Rage can inform you about new, interesting offers (in your established/potential relationship with Button Rage). Button Rage will, as in the past, of course always do this within reasonable limits and never in an aggressive or undesired way.


Source of personal data

Button Rage obtains the personal data they process, in the first place of the natural persons themselves (directly). Of course we never abuse this data.


Duration of processing

Button Rage does not retain the personal data it processes for longer than necessary for the purposes of the processing.

In principle,Button Rage does not retain the personal data for more than 10 years from the moment the data was obtained. If necessary, eg. in case of legal proceedings or (contractual) obligations, it is possible that the personal data must of course be kept longer.

Button Rage’s does not retain personal data from its employees longer than five years after the termination of the employment contract / service agreement, except in the case of legal proceedings, in which case the data can be processed up to three years after the final settlement.

Any sensitive data will only be kept for the duration necessary for the performance of the contract concerned or as long as it is necessary to maintain it in one way or another.

Button Rage keeps the personal data they process up to date and corrects them where necessary.


Security of personal data

Button Rage guarantees the integrity, security and confidentiality of the personal data, both technically and organizationally. Button Rage stores important / sensitive personal data on its own secure servers or on secure third-party servers.


Processing by / transfer to external partners

In first place, Button Rage processes the personal data itself (both internally and externally for information and communication purposes). Button Rage and its members only pass on data to third parties if this is necessary. Only the data that are strictly necessary is, of course, communicated.

Button Rage also transfers personal data to external partners, but this to the extent that this is necessary for the performance of its activities. Button Rage and its members can also share data if necessary.

In case of auditions, applications, castings, agreements etc., or in any other relevant or justified case, Button Rage can exchange data with Mathieu Depuydt BVBA.

The transfer of personal data to foreign parties outside the EU can prove absolutely necessary for concluded agreements in the context of its execution, and you also give permission for this processing.

If Button Rage transfers personal data to someone outside the EU who is not on a list of ‘safe countries’ (in the context of the GDPR), then it will enforce the appropriate security guarantees to the extent possible.

Button Rage ensures, to a maximum extent, that the external partners who process personal data or who are (co-) responsible for data processing, comply with the provisions of the GDPR. To this end, the aim is to conclude as many ‘processing agreements’ as possible with its main partners.


Your rights under the GDPR

Button Rage guarantees that you, as an involved natural person, can exercise the rights that the GDPR grants you (information, access, copy, improvement, rectification and right ‘to be forgotten’, restriction of and objection to processing, transferability of data).

You can exercise your rights free of charge and electronically via the contact information stated above. Button Rage can charge you an administrative fee in case of excessively demanding requests.



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A complaint or question about your personal data?

Your contact at Button Rage has already been communicated above. If you have a complaint, you can also submit it to the supervisory authority. In Belgium, this is the Data Protection Authority or GBA ( You can also always file a case with the national courts.


Version of this privacy statement

This statement was last updated on May 24, 2018.