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Disney waddles to success in Kelowna

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Club Penguin allows children to assume the identity of a cute little penguin and chat with others, hit the disco floor, decorate a penguin abode, ride bobsleds and throw snowballs at other penguins. (Disney)


The Disney Corporation is one of Kelowna's bigger employers. The city is also the centre for Disney's online studios.

It all started seven years ago with a little game called Club Penguin. IIt now has millions of players around the world.

So what made it so successful?

Dave Krysko is one of the founders of Club Penguin. He dropped by the CBC Kelowna studio for a chat with Daybreak host, Chris Walker.

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