CPAM stands for Club Penguin Army Media. We are a universal organisation that covers news related to every army in the community. This means that, regardless of league, we include all armies in our Top Ten and news coverage. CPAM also hosts tournaments which armies can volunteer to participate in but are in no way required to do so. Finally, we provide a list of servers that armies can invade in an optional league.

How does the optional league work?

CPAM offers an optional league that armies can sign up to by direct messaging an Executive Producer or above on the Discord server. This includes a judging system and servers map.

The judging system and CPAM Map will be updated at the request of army leaders according to the structure they voted on collectively. The map includes servers from CPATG, CPR, and PS. The map can be viewed here.

What do we currently provide armies outside of news?

CPAM has a leaders chat where they are welcome to interact among themselves and with staff. We also use this for occasional army leader meetings where we ask them for their opinions on potential CPAM changes. We offer the server list, as mentioned previously, with the freedom to claim them as territory. Our Discord also contains an #armies channel to post their Discord invites and website pages and a #nations channel where every army’s nation is advertised. Each nation page lists in its own way the servers those armies currently own as well as any other relevant information they wish to provide whether it be allies, enemies etc.

CPAM hosts tournaments every couple of months for the army community to partake in as well. These tournaments vary in format but they allow for the general army community to volunteer as judges, spectate, and participate in earning special rewards. Outside of tournaments, however, CPAM only judges battles, practice or otherwise, at the request of army leaders. Army leaders are free to request administration show up to battles with at least 24 hours’ notice.