Vote For Club Penguin in the 2014 BAFTA Awards

If you live in the UK and are between age 7 and 14 you can help Club Penguin out and vote for them in the 2014 BAFTA awards! Once again they are up against Bin Weevils and Moshi Monsters, other rivalling gaming websites who seem to get more votes than Club Penguin every year, probably because they offer in game items for voting. The only time Club Penguin has won was in 2010. While what Bin Weevils and Moshi Monsters do is allowed and not cheating, I still think it’s unfair as it promotes them getting more votes by offering an incentive. You can read more about this on Saraapril’s website.

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To vote for Club Penguin in the BAFTA awards click here┬áto go to the official website. From there you can vote for TV, film, games, and web, which is the category Club Penguin is under. Click Club Penguin, select the box if you’re aged 7-14 and live in the UK then click the big vote now button. If you don’t live in the UK it will not submit your vote.

Good luck Club Penguin!

10 thoughts on “Vote For Club Penguin in the 2014 BAFTA Awards

  1. Hate Bin Weevils. They give free items away to not just the voters, but everyone! They use the same method EVERY year!

  2. The thing is, you get the free items anyway. Even if you don’t vote for Moshi or Bin Weevils. It takes you to a web page with all free items.

  3. Moshi have only given the item away once, and it wasn’t exclusive either, everyone who was aware of the code could enter it. It wasn’t one of those unique “one use” codes.

  4. Voted for Club Penguin, because I’m not one for bribing. CP forever, bribing never! As long as this keeps happening I will always be on Club Penguin’s side, because I prefer a fair contest that doesn’t use incentives as a way to get more votes.

  5. The thing is, even though bin weevils bribe children to vote for them most of bin weevils players and moshi monsters players live in the uk. Most of CPs population lives in America or Canada. So not only do they bribe but most of their players live in the UK.

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