This page uses CloudFlare Web Analytics to analyze traffic. No personal data is stored. All data is stored anonymously.
You can sign in by using a third-party service (called OAuth). That way, ChessMonitor stores an identifier about you, but the password is not transferred in the process.
- Chess.com: When you connect your account, ChessMonitor stores your profile identifier.
- Lichess: When you connect your account, ChessMonitor stores your profile identifier.
- Google: When you use Google to login, ChessMonitor stores your mail address. You can withdraw access for ChessMonitor anytime in your Google permissions settings.
- Facebook: When you use Facebook to login, ChessMonitor stores your mail address. You can withdraw access for ChessMonitor anytime in your Facebook permissions settings.
The only personal information stored in the process is the profile ID or the mail address from your login provider.
In addition to your login information, ChessMonitor downloads your chess games from Chess.com and/or Lichess.org to provice you statistics:
This contains various information like the profile URL, player name, number of wins/draws/losses, title (e.g. GM), openings, moves, start times and more. This data is public information available to anyone and evaluated by ChessMonitor to present you various statistics.
The mail address is stored for some providers in the database. If you want to delete your account, please write me a mail to remove your data from the database.