Moot Service Termination NoticeNotice
Hello Moot users, This is Team Moot. As you remember, on March 2, 2021, Moot transferred all of the lounge contents and users to BAND, and since then, it has been offering its services only to game companies and users that use SDKs. This was part of the process of shutting down Moot service, and Moot has actually stopped further app downloads as well as further activities on the Web, including writing posts. We regret to inform you that all of the remaining services, including Moot Plug Lounge and SDK will be shut down on March 31st, 2023. * As of 31st March, 2023, you will no longer be able to access Moot. Also all official social media accounts of Moot (include Discord server) will be shut down in consecutive order by 31st March. * All contents and profiles (including photos, nickname, etc.) that you created within Moot Plug Lounge will be deleted completely from 31st March onwards, and these will not be recoverable. Thus, please make sure you back up any contents, if necessary. * When we shut down the Moot Game Lounge service last year, we notified you of the transfer of your contents and profiles to BAND, and further information on BAND here (Link). You can still log in to BAND, but if you don’t want to do this, you may unsubscribe from the service by logging into your Moot account on https://band.us > Login > Profile > Settings > Click “Delete Account Request”.
Furthermore, all users of game companies that use SDKs should join the communities recommended by each company or the official community listed on each game’s official website. ------- This is an additional notice for development companies using Moot PLUG Lounge and Lounge SDK. As Moot services come to an end as mentioned above, Moot Plug SDKs, which was able to be used in sync with mobile games, will also be shut down. The termination date is the same as the termination date of Moot service. You may play the games after the shutdown of SDKs, but if you run SDKs within the game, you may come across an error messages. Therefore, we recommend that you remove SDKs from the games before the termination date. We’d like to thank all those who used the Moot Plug service as a service to connect users and developers, and we will try our best to minimize any disturbances caused by the termination of Moot. Please direct any inquiries relating to Moot SDK termination to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will get back to you as soon as possible. Again, thank you for using Moot, and look forward to meeting you with another service soon. Thank you!