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Consumers

Article 1 Definitions

In these general terms and conditions the following terms have the following meanings:

1.1 Event: by Real Life Gaming B.V. and / or an affiliate event to be organized.
1.2 Participant: the natural person who has registered for participation in the Event in a manner approved by the Organizer.
1.3 Organizer: Real Life Gaming B.V. and / or an affiliate company with which the Participant has entered into an Agreement.
1.4 Agreement: the Agreement for the Participant’s participation in the Event.


Article 2 Applicability

2.1 These general terms and conditions apply to every Agreement, offer or reservation in the context of a visit to the Event and the purchase of all admission tickets for this between the Participant of the Event and the Organizer, regardless of how it is concluded.

2.2 By purchasing and / or using the admission ticket and / or entering the location of the event, referred to as the “event location”, the Participant agrees with the content of these general terms and conditions.

2.3 The event location uses house rules and game rules. These can be found on the Organizer’s website (s) and at the event location. By purchasing the admission ticket and / or entering the event location, the Participant declares to be familiar with and agree to the house rules and / or the game rules.

2.4 The Organizer can change these general conditions in whole or in part at any time. Participants will be informed of the changes in time. If the Participant does not agree with the change (s), he must inform the Organizer in writing within ten working days, counting from the day after the change of the general terms and conditions. In that case, the Organizer will make every effort to find an appropriate solution.

2.5 The nullity of any provision of these general terms and conditions does not affect the validity of the other provisions.


Article 3 Purchase of admission ticket

3.1 The Agreement between Organizer and Participant for participation in the relevant Event is concluded after an order for one or more tickets has been placed with (an) (enabled) sales address by Organizer.

3.2 An order placed at one of the sales channels is irrevocable and the Participant cannot change the Agreement after that time. Organizer reserves the right at all times to refuse orders or to set additional conditions.

3.3 Information, such as announcements and quotations, with regard to the Event and / or the admission tickets will be displayed or provided as accurately as possible. Additional costs may be charged for additional costs such as reservation, payment and / or delivery. Prices for admission tickets may therefore be higher than the prices printed on the admission tickets by the Organizer. Organizer does not accept any liability for any inaccuracies or omissions in the price information provided.

3.4 Organizer has Eventix B.V. engaged as co-sales channel of its tickets via the Ticket service platform of Eventix B.V. on the Organizer Website. In addition to the general terms and conditions of the organizer, the Agreement for purchasing the tickets includes the general ticket terms and conditions of Eventix B.V. applicable between Participant and Eventix B.V .. In the event of a conflict between the general terms and conditions of Eventix B.V. and Organizer will be governed by the general terms and conditions of Organizer.

Article 4 Admission ticket and access

4.1 When entering the event location, the Participant must have a valid admission ticket and a valid ID.

4.2 An admission ticket is provided to the Participant and provides the holder of the admission ticket with one-off access to the Event and the event location.

4.3 Admission tickets are only available on the website (s) of the Organizer or the recognized presale addresses. Only purchase directly from the Organizer or from a recognized presale address guarantees the validity of the admission ticket. In case of doubt about the authenticity of the admission ticket, admission to the event location can be refused.

4.4 The admission tickets will be sent to the Participant after receipt of full payment of the ordered tickets. After receipt of the ordered admission tickets, these must be checked by the Participant for correctness. If the purchased admission tickets are not received in time by the relevant Participant, or if defects or errors are found in them, the Participant must contact the Organizer as soon as possible.

4.5 The admission tickets are and remain the property of the Organizer. From the moment that the admission ticket is made available to the Participant, the Participant is at risk of loss, theft, damage or abuse thereof. Organizer does not accept any liability for loss or damage of tickets for any reason.

4.6 The admission tickets are personal. The Participant is not allowed to (re) sell or provide the admission tickets to third parties or to refer to the admission tickets in commercial expressions, without the explicit, written permission of the Organizer.

4.7 The Gift Card can be redeemed as long as the Event stated on the Gift Card is running and tickets are available.

Article 5 Liability

5.1 Participation is at your own risk. The Organizer is not liable for any damage, tangible or intangible, that the Participant may suffer as a result of the participation. Organizer is not liable for loss, theft or damage to property.

5.2 If, despite the provisions of the first paragraph of this article, the liability of the Organizer for damage of the Participant must be assumed, the obligation of the Organizer to compensate for that damage is limited to a maximum of the amount that the insurer of the Organizer pays in respect of that damage.

5.3 The Participant declares that he is aware of the fact that participation in the Event requires good health in both a psychological and physical sense, and declares that he meets this requirement and that he has sufficiently prepared for the Event.

5.4 The Participant indemnifies the Organizer against liability for damage that third parties may suffer as a result of an act or omission attributable to a Participant with regard to the event.

5.5 The Participant indemnifies Organizer against liability for damage that a third party may suffer through the Participant, during his participation in the event.


Article 6 Relocation and cancellation by Organizer

6.1 The Organizer can move the Event to a different date, a different location or cancel it in case of force majeure. “Force majeure” should be interpreted broadly in that context and includes illness and / or cancellation of the artist (s), strikes, imminent danger, fire, bad weather conditions, etc.

6.2 Organizer has the option to cancel or change the Event up to 24 hours before the start of the Event. If the Event is canceled by the Organizer, the Organizer will refund the entrance fee to the Participant within 30 days. Refunds will only be made in the manner specified by the Organizer. Service costs or other (consequential) damage, direct or indirect, will not be reimbursed.


Article 7 Reservations and deposit

7.1 Large groups (from 15 persons) can make a reservation for tickets via the reservation form on the Organizer website. Groups of less than 15 people can also use the reservation request option on the Organizer’s website when approved by the Organizer.

7.2 When placing a reservation via the reservation form on the website, a deposit of 50% of the total number of Participants requested will be charged.

7.3 To make a reservation, the reservation request must be completed and sent using the contact form on the Organizer website.

7.4 In the reservation request, the number of Participants and edition of the Event will be stated.

7.5 The number of Participants and the date as stated in the reservation can be changed up to one month prior to the Event under the following conditions:
– The final number of Participants in an order can only exceed the number specified in the reservation if tickets are still available. More Participants than specified in the reservation can only be entered after approval by the Organizer.

– Changing the edition / date of the Event is only possible after written approval from the Organizer.

7.6 When changing the edition / date of the Event, the Participant remains due the deposit, regarding the originally reserved edition, to the Organizer, unless otherwise confirmed in writing by the Organizer.

7.7 In the event that the final number of Participants deviates from the number of Participants as specified in the reservation, the following conditions apply:
– If the final number of Participants is less than stated in the reservation, the excess (down) payment will be refunded, subject to the down payment made.
– If the date is changed in accordance with Article 7.5, the price will be adjusted accordingly to the new date of the Event.

7.8 Groups that have made a reservation via the reservation page and who wish to cancel this reservation can do this up to one month prior to the Event, the group will then remain without prejudice to the 50% deposit payable to the Organizer. In case of cancellation within one month prior to the Event, Participating company / group owes the full ticket price as specified in the reservation request to Organizer.

7.9 In addition to what is stated in Article 7.8, the Organizer may charge the Group other costs incurred by the Organizer for the implementation of the Agreement.

7.10 Article 7: “Reservations, Down Payment, Billing and Payment” from the General Terms and Conditions for companies below apply equally to payments following from Billing.

 

Article 8 Intellectual property & image / sound recordings

8.1 The Organizer is entitled to make (and have made) image and / or sound recording of the Event and to use these images for promotional and production purposes for themselves or for the benefit of their partners or sponsors. Persons who appear in the recordings cannot claim any compensation. Furthermore, the Participant irrevocably waives the right to invoke his / her personality rights.

8.2 If (video) recordings are made with security cameras during the Event, the Organizer may hand these over to third parties, including the police and the judicial authorities, in the event of an emergency.

8.3 All intellectual property rights with regard to the products and / or services, as well as the designs, documentation and all other materials that are developed and / or used to prepare or execute the Agreement between Organizer and Participating Company, or that ensue therefrom, rests exclusively with the Organizer or its suppliers. The delivery of products and / or services does not extend to any transfer of intellectual property rights.

8.4 Participating Company agrees that it will not duplicate the Event or parts thereof (in any form). If the copying of parts of the Event and / or the Event as a whole or an infringement of any other intellectual property right of the Organizer or its suppliers is established, the undersigned will owe a penalty payment of € 500 for every day that unlawful use is made of intellectual property. This both in the preparation and in the execution of a similar event.

 

Article 9 House rules

9.1 Participants must adhere to the house rules and the regulations and instructions of the Organizer and competent authorities. If the Organizer considers this reasonably necessary to maintain peace and order during the event, in any case if the order or safety during the Event is endangered, it has the right to deny the Participant (further) access to the Event and remove participant from the event location.

9.2 Persons under the age of 18 will not be admitted to the event. This can only be deviated from after approval by the Organizer.

9.3 To enable Organizer to comply with its legal obligations

Participants can identify themselves on request. If the Participant is unable to do so, participation in the Event can be denied.

9.4 When entering the Event, the Participant will be searched. The Participant who refuses to be searched will be refused access to the Event.

9.5 Digital cameras, (digital) video cameras / camcorders and other (sound) recording equipment are not allowed. Telephones must be stored in the on-site safes designated by the organization. As described in Article 5, this is at your own risk.

9.6 Registration of the Event without the express prior written permission of the Organizer in any form, including professional photography, filming and making sound and / or image recordings for commercial purposes, is prohibited, as well as emphasis and / or takeover from the program (booklet), posters or other printed matter.

9.7 Furthermore, the following items are not allowed at the event location: food, glassware, plastic bottles, water bottles, cans, camel bags, pets, (folding) chairs, stools, inflatable objects, umbrellas and sun shades, selfie sticks, drugs, fireworks, (fire) weapons and dangerous objects. Organizer will confiscate (or have confiscated) prohibited items at the entrance. Legally valuable items can be retrieved later. Illegal cases will be handed over to the police.

9.8 Smoking is not permitted, with the exception of any designated smoking areas. Any fines imposed on the Organizer by the breaking of these rules by Participant will be recovered from the Participant.

9.9 It is not allowed to bring pets or other animals during the Event. It is also not allowed to crowdsurf, make fire(s) and / or to carry out commercial activities on the site, and / or to express or wear in any way offensive, discriminating or insulting signs. Wearing football shirts, motorcycle club clothing and other clothing with group-specific texts is not allowed.

 

Article 10 Privacy and personal data

10.1 Organizer processes personal data of Participants and visitors to its websites in accordance with its privacy & cookie policy and in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation and the General Data Protection Implementation Act. This is available on the website.

 

Article 11 Final provisions

11.1 These general terms and conditions are exclusively governed by Dutch law.

11.2 Any disputes, of whatever nature, that arise between a Participant and Organizer as a result of (use or application of) these general terms and conditions and / or related agreements, will first be submitted to a competent court.

 

Companies

Article 1 Definitions

In these general terms and conditions the following terms have the following meanings:

1.1 Event: by Real Life Gaming B.V. and / or an affiliate event to be organized.

1.2 Participating Company: a company or institution, other than a natural person, that has registered in a manner permitted by the Organizer to participate in / or has given instructions to organize the Event.

1.3 Agreement: the Agreement for the participation of the Participating Company in the Event or the Agreement for organizing an Event on behalf of the Participating Company.

1.4 Organizer: Real Life Gaming B.V. and / or an affiliate company with which the Participating Company has entered into an Agreement.

1.5 Participant: the natural person who participates in the Event on the basis of the Agreement between Organizer and the Participating Company.

Article 2 Applicability

2.1 These general terms and conditions apply to every offer, reservation and to every Agreement of the Organizer and to every distance Agreement concluded between the Organizer and the Participating Company.

2.2 By purchasing and / or using the admission ticket and / or entering the location, to be called the “event location”, and / or to order the Event to be organized, the Participating Company agrees to these general terms and conditions.

2.3 The Organizer applies house rules and game rules. These can be found on the Organizer’s website (s) and / or at the event location. By purchasing the admission ticket and / or entering the event location, the Participating Company declares that it is aware of and accepts the house rules and / or rules of the game.

2.4 Before the Distance Agreement is concluded, the text of these general terms and conditions will be made available to the Participating Company. If this is not reasonably possible, before the distance contract is concluded, it will be indicated that the general terms and conditions can be viewed at the Organizer and will be sent free of charge at the request of the Participating Company.

2.5 The Organizer can change these general conditions in whole or in part at any time. The Participating Company will be notified of the changes in good time. If the Participating Company does not agree with the change (s), it must notify the Organizer in writing within ten working days, counting from the day after the change of the general terms and conditions. In that case, the Organizer will endeavor to find an appropriate solution.

2.6 General (purchasing) conditions of the Participating Company are expressly rejected unless explicitly stated otherwise by the Organizer.

2.7 The nullity of any provision of these general terms and conditions does not affect the validity of the other provisions.

Article 3 Conclusion of the Agreement

3.1 The Agreement between the Organizer and the Participating Company to participate in the relevant Event is concluded after an order for one or more tickets has been placed with (an) pre-sales address (provided by) the Organizer, and / or if the Participating Company Organizer has given the order to organize an Event.

3.2 An order placed and / or order given is irrevocable and the Participating Company cannot change the Agreement after that moment, except with the consent of the Organizer. The Organizer is never obliged to accept an application for access to an Event or the organization thereof. The Organizer is free to impose additional conditions prior to the conclusion of the Agreement.

3.3 Information, such as announcements and quotations, with regard to the Event and / or the admission tickets will be displayed or provided as accurately as possible. Additional costs may be charged for additional costs of reservation, payment and / or delivery. Prices for admission tickets may therefore be higher than the prices printed on admission tickets by the Organizer. The Organizer accepts no liability for any inaccuracies or omissions in the price information provided.

3.4 The Organizer can – within legal frameworks – inform whether the Participating Company can meet its payment obligations, as well as all those facts and factors that are important for a responsible conclusion of the Distance Contract. If on the basis of this investigation the Organizer has good reasons not to enter into the Agreement, he is entitled to refuse an order or request, stating reasons, or to attach special conditions to the execution.

3.5 All offers, quotations or cost estimates of the Organizer are without obligation, unless explicitly stated otherwise or confirmed in writing by the Organizer.

3.6 Organizer has Eventix B.V. engaged as co-sales channel of its tickets via the Ticket service platform of Eventix B.V. on the Organizer Website. In addition to the general terms and conditions of the organizer, the Agreement for purchasing the tickets includes the general ticket terms and conditions of Eventix B.V. applicable between Participant and Eventix B.V .. In the event of a conflict between the general terms and conditions of Eventix B.V. and Organizer will be governed by the general terms and conditions of Organizer.

Article 4 Admission ticket and access

4.1 The Participating Company must have valid admission and proof of identity for its Participants for access to the event location, unless agreed otherwise.

4.2 An admission ticket is issued once to the Participant and gives the holder of the admission ticket one-time access to the Event and the event location.

4.3 Admission tickets are only available on the Organizer’s website (s) or recognized presale addresses. Only purchase directly from the Organizer or from a recognized presale address guarantees the validity of the admission ticket. In case of doubt about the authenticity of the admission ticket, admission to the event location can be refused.

4.4 The admission tickets will be sent to the Participant / the Participating Company after full payment of the ordered tickets, at least 7 days before the start of the event. After receipt of the ordered admission tickets, these must be checked by the Participant / the Participating Company for correctness. If the purchased admission tickets have not been received in time by the relevant Participant / the Participating Company, or if defects or errors are found in them, the Participant / Participating Company must contact the Organizer as soon as possible.

4.5 The admission tickets are and remain the property of the Organizer. From the moment that the admission ticket is made available to the Participating Company, the Participating Company is exposed to the risk of loss, theft, damage or abuse thereof. The Organizer does not accept any liability for loss or damage of admission tickets for whatever reason.

4.6 The Participating Company (or its Participants) is not allowed to (re) sell or provide the admission tickets to third parties or to refer to the admission tickets in commercial expressions, without the explicit, written permission of the Organizer.

4.7 The Gift Card can be redeemed as long as the Event stated on the Gift Card is running and tickets are available.

Article 5 Performance of the Agreement

5.1 The obligations arising from the Agreement for the provision of services at the expense of the Organizer are characterized by the Organizer and the Participating Company as best efforts obligations, unless otherwise specified by Dutch law or any further Agreement between the Organizer and the Participating Company.

5.2 The Participating Company is obliged to ensure that the Organizer is in no way hindered in the execution of the Agreement.

5.3 If applicable, the Participating Company is obliged to ensure that the Organizer has timely access to a space that the Organizer deems suitable for the performance of the Agreement.

5.4 A request by the Participating Company to extend the duration of the Event after the Agreement for the provision of services has already been decided may be refused by the Organizer or considered as additional work. The actual time of the end of the Event will then serve as the basis for calculating the additional work.

5.5 The Participating Company guarantees the safety of all employees of the Organizer involved in the execution of the assignment and will take all necessary or deemed necessary measures to ensure safety. If necessary, the Participating Company will insure safety risks to be determined for the benefit of the Organizer.

Article 6 Liability

6.1 Participation in the Event is entirely at your own risk. The Organizer is not liable for any damage, material or immaterial, that the Participant of, the Participating Company suffers as a result of participating in the Event, unless this damage is the direct result of intent or gross negligence attributable to the Organizer. The Organizer is also not liable for loss, theft or damage to property. Unless this damage is the direct result of intent or gross negligence attributable to the Organizer. This exclusion of liability also applies to serious damage such as all possible damage as a result of injury or death.

6.2 If, despite the provisions of the first paragraph of this article, the liability of the Organizer for damage (of the Participant) of the Participating Company has been established, the obligation of the Organizer to compensate that damage shall not exceed the amount that the insurer from the Organizer pays in respect of such damage.

6.3 The Participating Company declares that each Participant is aware of the fact that participation in the Event requires good health in both a psychological and physical sense, and declares that he / she is in good health.

6.4 The Participating Company indemnifies the Organizer against liability for damage that third parties may suffer as a result of an act or omission attributable to (a Participant of) the Participating Company with regard to the Event, unless this damage is the direct result of the Organizer attributable intent or gross negligence. The Participating Company (of the Participant) must be adequately insured against the risk of liability for such damage.

6.5 The Participating Company indemnifies the Organizer against liability for damage that a third party may suffer through the Participant of the Participating Company, during his / her participation in the Event, unless this damage is the direct result of intent attributable to the Organizer. or gross negligence.

6.6 The Participating Company must be adequately insured against the risk of damage that its Participants or a surviving relative may suffer as a result of the death, injury or illness caused by his / her participation in the Event.

6.7 Organizer is not liable for loss of profit or other consequential damage of the Participating Company in the event of non- or defective fulfillment of the Agreement by Organizer.

6.8 The Organizer is not liable for any acts or omissions by third parties engaged in the performance of the Agreement.

6.9 The Participating Company is liable for all damage, tangible or intangible, caused by the Participating Company, either its Participants, its employees or by third parties, during the execution of the Agreement, unless this damage is the direct result of the Organizer attributable intent or gross negligence.

6.10 All legal claims against Organizer expire one year after termination of the Agreement.

Article 7 Reservations, down payment, invoicing and payment

7.1 Large groups (from 15 persons) can make a reservation for tickets via the reservation form on the Organizer website. Groups of less than 15 people can also use the reservation request option on the Organizer’s website when approved by the Organizer.

7.2 When placing a reservation via the reservation form on the website, a deposit of 50% of the total number of Participants requested will be charged.

7.3 To make a reservation, the reservation request must be completed and sent using the contact form on the Organizer website.

7.4 In the reservation request, the number of Participants and edition of the Event will be stated.

7.5 The number of Participants and the date as stated in the reservation can be changed up to one month prior to the Event under the following conditions:
– The final number of Participants in an order can only exceed the number specified in the reservation if tickets are still available. More Participants than specified in the reservation can only be entered after approval by the Organizer.

– Change of the edition / date of the Event is only possible after approval of the Organizer.

7.6 When changing the edition / date of the Event, the Participant remains due the deposit, regarding the originally reserved edition, to the Organizer, unless otherwise confirmed in writing by the Organizer.

7.7 In the event that the final number of Participants deviates from the number of Participants as specified in the reservation, the following conditions apply:
– If the final number of Participants is less than specified in the reservation, the excess (down) payment will be refunded, subject to the down payment made.
– If the date is changed in accordance with Article 7.6, the price will be adjusted accordingly to the new date of the Event.

7.8 Groups that have made a reservation via the reservation page and who wish to cancel this reservation can do this up to one month prior to the Event, Participating Company or group will then remain without prejudice to the 50% deposit due to the Organizer. In case of cancellation within one month prior to the Event, Participating company / group owes the full ticket price as specified in the reservation request to Organizer.

7.9 In addition to that stated in Article 7.8, the Organizer may charge other costs incurred by the Organizer for the implementation of the Agreement to the Participating Company / group.

7.10 Payment of the invoices of the Organizer must be credited to an account in the name of the Organizer within fourteen days after the invoice date. The Participating Company / group must pay all invoices at least 14 days before the start of the Event, unless the Participating Company has received the invoice within the period of 14 days before the start of the Event. The payment term used is a strict deadline.

7.11 If the Participating Company / group has not made the payments due under the Agreement for the provision of services in a timely manner, the Organizer is entitled to compensation of interest at the legal percentage with effect from the day on which the payment should have been made at the latest, up to the day on which the invoice is paid in full, without any further notice of default or notification being required.

7.12 All costs incurred by the Organizer to collect payment by the Participating Company / group are for the account of the Participating Company / group. The Organizer is also entitled to charge the reminder and reminder costs to the Participating Company / group.

7.13 The Participating Company / group is not authorized to set off its payment obligations against any alleged debt of any kind from Organizer.

7.14 The Organizer is also entitled to transfer the claim to a third party. The provisions of this article with regard to the Organizer will in that case also transfer to the third party to whom the claim has been transferred.

Article 8 Intellectual property & image / sound recordings

8.1 The Organizer is entitled to make (and have made) image and / or sound recording of the Event and to use these images for promotional and production purposes for themselves or for the benefit of their partners or sponsors. Persons who appear in the recordings cannot claim any compensation. Furthermore, the Participant irrevocably waives the right to invoke his / her personality rights.

8.2 If (video) recordings are made with security cameras during the Event, the Organizer may hand these over to third parties, including the police and the judicial authorities, in the event of an emergency.

8.3 All intellectual property rights with regard to the products and / or services, as well as the designs, documentation and all other materials that are developed and / or used to prepare or execute the Agreement between Organizer and Participating Company, or that ensue therefrom, rests exclusively with the Organizer or its suppliers. The delivery of products and / or services does not extend to any transfer of intellectual property rights.

8.4 Participating Company agrees that it will not duplicate the Event or parts thereof (in any form). If the copying of parts of the Event and / or the Event as a whole or an infringement of any other intellectual property right of the Organizer or its suppliers is established, the undersigned will owe a penalty payment of € 500 for every day that unlawful use is made of intellectual property. This both in the preparation and in the execution of a similar event.

Article 9 Cancellation by Organizer, relocation of Event and termination of Agreement

9.1 The Organizer can move the Event to a different date, a different location or cancel it in case of force majeure. “Force majeure” should be interpreted broadly in that context and includes, but is not limited to, illness and / or cancellation of the artist (s), strikes, fire, unavailability of the event location, and bad weather conditions, etc.

9.2 Organizer has the option to cancel or change the Event up to 24 hours before the start of the Event. In the event of cancellation of the Event by the Organizer, the Organizer will refund the entrance fee to the Participating Company within 30 days. Refunds will only be made in the manner specified by the Organizer. Service costs or other (consequential) damage, direct or indirect, will not be reimbursed.

9.3 If due to force majeure, including in any case, but not exclusively, illness of the employees of the Organizer appointed for the performance of the Agreement, or operators of the Event absent for other reasons, but booked by the Organizer, strike of the staff of the Organizer, the unavailability of the event location, business disturbances at the location of the Participating Company or other factors not for the account of the Organizer, due to circumstances on behalf of the Participating Company, or by making changes to the performance by or on behalf of the Participating Company of the Agreement, the Agreement cannot or cannot reasonably be performed as agreed, the Organizer is entitled to dissolve the Agreement, in which case it will notify the Participating Company while retaining all claims for payment by the Participating Company until the time of the performed dissolution work by Organizer.

9.4 In the event of a moratorium, bankruptcy, shutdown or liquidation of the business of one of the parties, the other party is authorized to terminate the Agreement in the manner described in 9.3.

9.5. If the Participating Company cancels the Agreement before performance, the Participating Company owes the Organizer to reimburse the costs incurred by the latter for the performance of the Agreement.

9.6. If and insofar as Organizer has already entered into obligations with or towards third parties before the time of cancellation, the Participating Company is obliged to pay all ensuing costs in full.

Article 10 House rules

10.1 The Participating Company and its Participants must comply with the house rules, regulations and instructions of the Organizer and competent authorities. If the Organizer deems this reasonably necessary to maintain peace and order during the Event, in any case if order or safety during the Event is endangered, it has the right to deny the Participant (further) access to the Event and remove them from the event location.

10.2 Persons under the age of 18 will not be admitted to the event. This can only be deviated from after approval by the Organizer.

10.3 To enable the Organizer to comply with its legal obligations, Participants must be able to identify themselves upon request. If the Participant is unable to do so, participation in the Event can be denied.

10.4 When entering the Event, the Participant will be searched. The Participant who refuses to be searched will be refused access to the Event.

10.5 Digital cameras, (digital) video cameras / camcorders and other (sound) recording equipment are not allowed. Telephones must be stored in the on-site safes designated by the Organizer.

10.6 Registration of the Event without express prior written consent of the Organizer in any form, including in any case professional photography, filming and making sound and / or image recordings for commercial purposes, is prohibited, as well as the emphasis of and / or takeover from the program (- booklet), posters or other printed matter, subject to the approval of the Organizer.

10.7 Furthermore, the following items are not allowed at the event location: food, glassware, plastic bottles, water bottles, cans, drinking bags, pets, (folding) chairs, stools, inflatable objects, umbrellas and sun shades, selfie sticks, drugs, fireworks, (fire) weapons and dangerous objects. The Organizer will confiscate (or have confiscated) prohibited items at the entrance. Other valuables can be picked up later. Prohibited cases will be handed over to the police.

10.8 Smoking is not permitted, with the exception of any designated smoking areas. Any fines imposed on the Organizer by breaking of these rules by (Participants of) the Participating Company will be recovered from the Participant.

10.9 It is not allowed to bring animals or pets during the Event. It is also not allowed to crowd surf, make fire (s) and / or carry out commercial activities, and / or to express in any way offensive, discriminating or insulting or to wear or spread offensive signs . Wearing football shirts, motorcycle club clothing and other clothing with group-specific texts is not allowed.

10.10 The Organizer is entitled to make (or have made) image and / or sound recording of the Event and to use these images for promotional purposes for themselves or for the benefit of their partners or sponsors. Persons who appear in the recordings cannot claim any compensation. Furthermore, the Participant irrevocably waives the right to invoke his / her personality rights.

10.11 If (video) recordings are made with security cameras during the Event, the Organizer can hand these over to third parties, including the police and judicial authorities, in the event of an emergency.

Article 11 Privacy and personal data

11.1 Organizer processes personal data of Participants and visitors to its websites in accordance with its privacy & cookie policy and in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation and the General Data Protection Implementation Act. This is available on the website.

Article 12 Final provisions

12.1 These general terms and conditions are exclusively governed by Dutch law.

12.2 Any disputes, of whatever nature, that arise between the Participating Company and the Organizer as a result of (use or application of) these general terms and conditions and / or related agreements, will be submitted to the competent court in Utrecht

 

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