There's three parts of the T&C that affects this: You are neither entitled to a Licensing Agreement nor to the use of the Services or the Premium Services. The Licensing Agreement can be terminated by us and by you at any time without giving reasons, and the Services can be discontinued at any time without giving reasons. We are entitled to delete inactive Accounts according to the relevant game rules. In this case, the Licensing Agreement ends automatically. The parties' right to cancel the Licensing Agreement or the Premium Licensing Agreement at any time for an important reason remains unaffected by the aforementioned regulation. The two first should be straightforward enough. The third comes into play through GDPR being an "important reason", and the reason for deleting accounts under GDPR is that we should only store data we need, and we don't need inactive accounts - do keep in mind that GDPR is doing this to "protect your data", and not having it be stored indefinitely for no reason (though you can think whatever you want about how this law is practically implemented...). 1) That would still require us to store the data, to sometime be able to restore the account. The entire point of this is that we can't store the data indefinitely, as per GDPR. 2) As it stands, only the in-game account logins count, so that is the one you need to keep active. In the future, in-game and forum accounts will hopefully be linked more solidly than they are today.