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Edutainment Licensing named distribution partner for FUN Union’s adventure series PinCode

Edutainment Licensing has been named the distribution partner for FUN Union’s new adventure series, PinCode in the UK, Australia, and New Zealand, as well as worldwide for school and library digital platforms.

The 3D series for primary school children focuses on the adventures of Captain Pin and his crew and each episode contains an important and valuable science lesson as the crew members, under the leadership of Captain Pin, explore the principles of physics, chemistry and biology while traversing the world.

Each character has its own personality and strengths, bringing humour, fun and friendship to every challenge.

“We are delighted to be partnering with FUN Union to bring quality, uplifting, entertaining and educational content to our partners,” said Denise Deane, owner of Edutainment Licensing.

Diana Yurinova, CEO of FUN Union, added: “Our show highlight positive STEM (science, technology, engineering & mathematics) role models for kids aged six to 11. Edutainment Licensing is specialised particularly in this type of content distribution, so we couldn’t imagine a better partner for PINCODE.

“Today’s children are remarkably creative, inventive and curious. They inspired us every day.”

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