San Francisco-based Fingerprint Digital, a mobile gaming startup with a focus on educational apps for kids, has taken in new investment, the company announced today. The lead investor, Canadian-based media and entertainment company Corus Entertainment, is not disclosing the size of the round, but Fingerprint had previously raised a seed round of $1.4 million followed by a bridge round, and says its total raise to date is now $7.75 million. (See also: this SEC filing). According to Fingerprint CEO Nancy MacIntyre, formerly the EVP of Products and Marketing at LeapFrog, the company’s strategy from launch was to build a network of high-quality kids content that would be great for kids but could also benefit the parents.

via TechCrunch

 

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