Fine Print at Titan Poker
Every online poker room has a user agreement longer than your arm, and Titan Poker is no exception. We gave it a good read and found just a few things with noting, listed below.
- If you don’t play for real money for 180 consecutive days, Titan reserves the right to charge you an ‘Inactive Account Fee’ (listed below) every 30 days. If you don’t play for 12 consecutive months, Titan can close your account and freeze your funds; you have 5 years to request their return. Inactive account policies are not uncommon in online poker, but they’re not ubiquitous either.
- How much could it cost you to leave your account dormant? The monthly fee schedule varies by currency: $5/£5/€5/R50/DKK35/NOK40/SEK50/AUD7/CHF5.
- Titan’s website does log IP addresses, but not email addresses
- Only one account is allowed per household
- Not relevant to all players, but the maximum monthly cashout from the Titan Casino winnings is $9,990. When Titan says month, they mean 30-day period. This limit is not applicable to poker winnings as far as we can tell.
- Poker bonus funds can’t be used for casino or sports wagering. If you do so, you lose the bonus and any winnings generated from betting the bonus.
Please note that we’re paraphrasing the terms so that they’re actually readable and that Titan’s terms are subject to change without notice, so please review the full terms for yourself before signing up.