The Void in Downtown Disney Closed Over Licensing Breach

The Void in Downtown Disney Closed Over Licensing Breach void

The Void, located in the Downtown Disney District of the Disneyland Resort, has been permanently closed. The virtual reality experience location received a Notice of Event Default and Lease Termination from the Walt Disney World Operating Participants Department.

The notice was posted on the doors of The Void and is dated June 30, 2020. It cites a breach of the Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures license. This means it must stop using any and all Disney intellectual property including Star Wars: Secrets of the Empire and Ralph Breaks VR. It must also cease all use of Disney promotional material, trademarks, and confidential information.

The Void closed temporarily along with the rest of the Disneyland Resort back in March due to COVID-19. Even though it is no longer a tenant of the Downtown Disney District, the rest of the shopping center will begin it’s phased reopening on July 9.

There is no news yet if this licensing breach will affect The Void’s location in Disney Springs at the Walt Disney World Resort.


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