• For Members
  • For Players/ Users
Who can be TRF member?

Any organization that operates an online rummy business or provides technical, marketing, legal or other services to rummy operators is eligible for TRF membership. In addition, policy makers, individuals, rummy experts and enthusiasts can also apply for TRF membership. TRF has the sole right to accept or reject any application for membership.

Can I become an individual member of TRF?

Yes, if you are a game enthusiast, student, social activist or game blogger, and are of 18 years and above. You can participate in the events organized by TRF, be active on our social media platforms and can subscribe to our newsletters.

How to become a member?

Please click on the ‘membership’ button and it will take you to the application form. You will have to leave your details and our representative will get in touch with you.

How to get TRF accreditation?

TRF accreditation is provided when an eligible applicant meets the prescribed standards as per TRFS. The applicant will be given six-months’ time to comply with TRFS and any revisions made thereto.

Benefits of being an accredited TRF member?

There are many benefits of being a TRF accredited member:


  1. Operating a high quality, high integrity and highly responsible online rummy business that is recognized as such by the industry, players and various governments
  2. Participate in policy reforms and amendments that impact policy initiatives to stimulate the growth of the sector
  3. Learning and development
  4. Advantage from common rummy awareness programs and promotional activities
  5. Event participation and branding opportunities
  6. Networking and Knowledge Sharing platform

FAQ's for Players/Users
Is playing rummy legal?

Yes, it is fully legal to play rummy for cash online if you are not playing from the states of Assam, Odisha or Telangana. Rummy is considered as a game of skill and it is protected under the Constitution of India- Article 19 (1) (g).

How safe to play rummy online?

Some of the major safety concerns while playing rummy online are privacy, legitimacy and security. Hence, ensuring the authenticity of the online portal is very important before you start playing. There are two checkpoints you need to consider for a safe online rummy experience.

Check 1- Trustworthiness and authenticity of an online rummy website is the most important check. A TRF accredited online rummy site can be trusted to follow high operating standards.

Check 2- Check Certifications which are obtained from third parties such as a random number generator (RNG) testing certificate which implies that the cards shuffling software is reliable.

What are the key rummy rules?

Here’re the basic rummy rules to help you understand the 13 card game.

Online rummy is played between 2 to 6 players. Rummy is played either with a set number of deals or a target score, both of which is agreed upon at the start of the game. Two standard decks of 52 cards is used and each player is dealt with 13 cards. The objective of the game is to arrange all 13 cards in sequences and/or sets with at least one Pure Sequence. A Joker (randomly selected at the start of each game) can be used in the place of any other card. You can use one or more Jokers to complete/fill your sets and sequences. A Pure Sequence is a sequence without a Joker.

What is responsible playing?

‘Responsible Playing’ is a business philosophy that is being followed by online gaming operators, to ensure their offerings uphold the highest standards to ensure a fair and safe gaming and business experience that protects players from the adverse consequences indulging in gameplay beyond their means or for excessive periods of time. In addition, rummy operators should exercise player protection guidelines.

TRFS enforces rummy operators should have self-exclusion measures, play limits and a program to counsel and advise players displaying aberrant behaviour. Chasing losses should be strongly discouraged and players should be encouraged to have a healthy mix of entertainment options. Minors should be discouraged from playing for stakes and therefore appropriate KYC measures should be put in place by the online rummy operators.