Risk notification on the 1win Azerbaijan site

You realise that by taking part in the games, you risk losing the money you have deposited in your 1win account.

Online gambling may be illegal in some countries. You understand and agree that the website administration cannot provide you with legal advice or guarantees regarding the legality of your use of the website services.

The Company does not warrant that the services on the Website comply with the laws of your jurisdiction. You use the services provided by the Website at your own discretion and risk in deciding whether your use of the Website is legal or not in accordance with the applicable laws of your jurisdiction. You access the Website and participate in the Games at your own risk.

Websites and games are available to you without any explicit or implied warranty.

Customer Identification (KYC) and Anti-Money Laundering (AML) 

The company implements all due diligence measures to combat money laundering and international terrorism (AML Policy). In doing so, the company maintains a strong and principled position on the prevention of all illegal activity and all related regulations. In order to fulfill these obligations, the company is obliged to inform the relevant authorities if there are reasons to suspect that funds deposited by you are related to money laundering or terrorist financing activities. The company will also be obliged to block such user funds and take other measures as required by AML policy. 

Money laundering means 

  • Withholding or maintaining confidentiality as to the true source, origin, location, disposition, movement, ownership or other property rights obtained through illegal activities (or property obtained in exchange for such property),
  • Conversion, transfer, receipt, possession or use of property derived from criminal activity (or property received in exchange for such property) to conceal the illicit origin of such property or to assist persons engaged in criminal activity to avoid the legal consequences of their actions,
  • A situation where property has been obtained as a result of criminal activity committed in the territory of another state.

To combat the infiltration of criminal capital into the state economy and to combat the spread of crime, money laundering and terrorist financing are routinely combated in many countries. The company implements internal regulations and special measures programmes to help government and international organisations combat money laundering and terrorist financing worldwide.

By creating an account on our website, you accept the following obligations:

  • You warrant that you will comply with all applicable anti-money laundering and anti-terrorist financing laws and regulations, including but not limited to the AML Policy. 
  • You confirm that you have no knowledge or suspicion that funds used for past, present or future funding were obtained from an illegal source or are in any way connected with money laundering or other illegal activity, whether prohibited by applicable law or the instructions of any international organisation; 
  • You also agree to promptly provide us with any information that we feel we need to request so that we can comply with applicable anti-money laundering laws and regulations.

The Company collects and maintains your identification documents and records of all transactions made in your account; the Company monitors suspicious transactions in the User’s account as well as transactions made under special conditions; 

The Company reserves the right, at any time and at any stage, to refuse a User to perform a transaction if the Company has reasons to believe that the transaction has something to do with money laundering and criminal activity. In accordance with international law, the Company is not obliged to notify the User that his activities are suspicious and have been reported to the relevant state authorities. 

In accordance with AML’s internal policy, the company conducts initial and ongoing identity checks on company users according to the level of potential risk associated with each user.

The company will require you to provide minimal information to prove your identity.

The company will record and retain your identity details and documents, as well as information about the methods used to prove your identity and the results of the checks. 

The Company will verify your personal data against a list of suspected terrorists compiled by authorised governmental and independent bodies. The minimum set of identifying information includes: 

  • the User’s full name; 
  • date of birth (for individuals); 
  • the User’s residential or registered address; 
  • the source of funds to be deposited into an account on the company’s website.

In order to verify and confirm the authenticity of the aforementioned data, the Company may require from the User a passport or identification card, or other document in lieu thereof, that meets the following requirements:

  • contains the name, date of birth and a photograph of the bearer of the document; 
  • has been issued by national public authorities