Peppy Pals AB appoints Proelios for UK brand partnership push

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Peppy Pals AB, the award-winning Swedish mobile game studio has appointed Proelios to develop UK brand partnerships for their Peppy Pals series of educational mobile games for children.

Peppy Pals is a series of mobile games that nurture children’s Emotional Intelligence (EQ). The games, designed for children aged 2-8, are developed in collaboration with leading psychologists and EQ experts. Peppy Pals is the first EQ game of its kind and has already generated 150,000+ downloads in over 140 countries since its launch in 2015.

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Practicing EQ from an early age helps children become aware of their own emotions, helping them form better relationships, reduce bullying tendencies, increase their academic skills and helps them to make good choices. Emotional Intelligence is about identifying, expressing, and controlling emotions. Using animals with specific character traits, Peppy Pals communicates emotions through actions not words, exactly like children.

By using storytelling to engage, it’s a unique way of learning EQ without a ”right or wrong” narrative, and helps children understand others points of view.

Kristien Wendt, Proelios Partner & Head of Client services said; “When Peppy Pals was introduced to us we were very impressed with its high quality, beautiful design and singular focus on helping children learn EQ and develop their skills within the digital and real world. In addition to developing mobile games for brands, we bring unique and exciting games to brand owners which they can use as their own branded content and we’re hugely excited with the potential of Peppy Pals.”

To find out more about the Peppy Pals EQ mobile game series, visit: www.peppypals.com

 

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