The Pinkfong Company and TinyTap have announced a partnership with the aim of revolutionizing early learning education.

The Pinkfong Company, creators of ‘Baby Shark’, have signed a licensing agreement with TinyTap, utilizing their digital ecosystem to create accessible learning opportunities for younger audiences.

TinyTap, a subsidiary of Animoca Brands, is one of the leading education tech platforms for user-generated educational games.

With over 250,000 activities in its educational games library, TinyTap is a leading code-free authoring platform. T

ogether, these brands will use their respective expertise and resources to develop a number of educational products. These digitalized edtech products will foster creativity, critical thinking, and childhood development.

The brands envision a cutting-edge digitalized learning platform that creates immersive and unique learning experiences for children.

With the intellectual property of Pinkfong, the brands will create a highly interactive and productive experience.

These educational systems will launch on the TinyTap ecosystem, helping to increase accessibility to fundamental early learning modules.

The partnership will draw from leaders in education and entertainment, their collaboration forging a revolutionary learning platform. 

Children, educators, and entire communities around the world will have access, through this partnership, to the future of early learning technology. 

Gemma Joo, Chief Business Officer at The Pinkfong Company, expanded upon their focus, detailing that they want to “Create exceptional digital products and experiences that kids and families can enjoy while learning something new.”

This sentiment was echoed by Yogev Shelly, the CEO of TinyTap, stating that the partnership “can offer a new dimension to early learning and create innovative, personalized, and meaningful experiences for global audiences and creators.”

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