What will happen to the progress after cancellation?

What will happen to the progress after cancellation?

We NEVER delete accounts unless the account owner specifically requests us to do so, even when processing the cancelation of their subscription. If they want to rejoin at a later date after the cancelation and use the same user account, all their progress and stats will be saved. Some of the statistics will be deleted after a couple of years, however, the user account and progress will always remain the same.

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