Tune In To Minecraft To Watch The CBC Kids News Live Event In October!

CBC Kids is a Canadian segment that is produced especially for children on the CBC Television. The block was launched back in the 1980s as Hodge Podge Lodge and has since then influenced children from all over the world. This block currently airs on the weekdays from 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m., Saturdays from 6:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and also on Sundays from 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. Recently, the channel has announced that they are going to collaborate with Minecraft to host a live event on one of the game’s servers.

This is a much anticipated event for many children across the world because they want to come online and interact with the thousands of children who will be participating in the event. The best part about this event is that anyone from anywhere in the world can join the CBC Kids event on Minecraft. They just need the Minecraft Java Edition on PC to watch it.

Steps To Follow For Joining The Event

Here are the steps that you need to follow if you are interested in joining the event – 

  • First you will need to open your copy of the Minecraft Java Edition
  • Then find and click on your ‘Servers’ tab where you will get a list of all the servers that are currently active
  • Click on ‘Add Server’ and search for the ‘CBC Kids News’ server name. It will take a few seconds to get it out
  • You can even search for the event via ‘mc.cbckidsnews.ca’ by putting this details under the Server Address
  • You’re now successfully logged in

After the live event is finished, a gameplay video will be published which is going to feature all the best creations of the event. You can watch this video on the cbckidsnews.ca, YouTube and CBC Gem to check if your build was featured or not. The Live Event will be accessible to the children for upto two days.

Another interesting news has come up. It is said that after the fall season, CBC Kids News World is going to expand their activities by coming together with Minecraft. They are going to launch a special edition named as – Minecraft: Education Edition. This will allow all the classrooms to access Minecraft servers whenever required. So, this is a great way in which students can now learn about different things in a more creative manner all the time.

Minecraft is one of the most popular games in the whole world and more than 150 million active users access the game worldwide. This includes a huge portion of children who love to enter the game and unleash their creativity. MC premium is also quite popular with a few extra features that helps you to get an edge as well. The CBC Kids News Live even on Minecraft is going to be an exciting event. Stay tuned to find out more about this event in a few weeks.