Third party providers
This document provides information about the identity, location and role of each of the third-party providers we contract with in order to provide, maintain and continually develop our Services.
What is a third-party provider?
Under the General Data Protection Regulation, third-party providers act as processors concerning your data. They process data on our behalf according to the terms of the contract we have established with them.
Before contracting a third-party provider, we take reasonable steps to assess whether they can provide the necessary technical and organizational safeguards to ensure that data processing is compliant with applicable legislation regarding security, privacy, and the protection of data subjects' rights.
|Mountain View, California||Site analytics|
|Hotjar||St. Julians, Malta||Site analytics|
|Discord||Amsterdam, Netherlands||Community and customer support|
|Stripe||Dublin, Ireland||Payment processor|
|Microsoft||Dublin, Ireland||Hosting and infrastructure|
|Amazon Web Services||Luxembourg City, Luxembourg||Hosting and infrastructure|
|Redis Ltd.||Mountain View, California||Hosting and infrastructure|
|Mailgun Technologies Inc||San Antonio, Texas||Hosting and infrastructure|
|Slack Technologies, LLC||Dublin, Ireland||Messaging|
|Mixpanel Inc||San Francisco, California, United States||Analytics|
|Discord Inc||San Francisco, California, United States||Messaging|
|AppSignal B.V.||Amsterdam, The Netherlands||Analytics|
We may change the third-party providers we use based on the needs of our Services and business growth. We will notify you of any changes to our third-party providers in accordance with our obligations under the Contract and post them here. We suggest that you check this page regularly.