Introduced by the New Horizon Interactive (now known as Disney Canada Inc.) club penguin is back with an exciting new face. The Massively multiplayer game involving a virtual world that contained a range of online games and activities was made available to the general public on October 24, 2005. Club Penguin had over 200 million registered user accounts before shutting down in the summer of 2017.
During the mid-April, the game turned to the chaotic universe due to the surge of multiplayer due to the surge of the coronavirus. Club Penguin Online, one of the largest Club Penguin fan servers, after The Walt Disney Company issued a Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) takedown notice earlier this week.
Club Penguin Online, an unlicensed revival of the popular Disney-owned children’s social network, is one of the largest fan replicas of the game, accruing over 8 million users over the last two years. In a now-removed blog from this week, Club Penguin Online wrote that the game would no longer be running “after May 2020” as the result of a copyright claim. The notice, which is available in full through the nonprofit Lumen Database, says the site “is an unauthorized version of the Club Penguin game and contains infringing copyrighted content.”
According to the rumors, the game may be coming back after the summer 2021 due to the increased demand around the world.