Animal Jam celebrates 100 per cent revenue growth

Animal Jam has teamed with National Geographic to promote wildlife, nature and conservation.
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Animal Jam, an online playground for animal loving kids, has revealed a revenue growth of over 100 per cent year on year.

The social media hub also reports 250,000 daily average users and over 20 million registered users in over 150 countries.

‘Animal Jam offers kids an online platform where they and learn about the natural world while playing with friends,’ read a statement from the firm.

The platform allows users to personalise their gameplay while socialising with other players as well as discover animals through resources available through its partnership with National Geographic.

Animal Jam also works to promote education and the natural world through conservation activities.

“Our goal is to provide the world’s biggest and best online playground for kids, while inspiring them to explore and protect their natural world offline,” said Clark Stacey, co founder and CEO of Smart Bomb Interactive.

“It’s rewarding to know that parents chose Animal Jam over other educational games and we will continue to work hard to make their children’s time in our world fun, stimulating, educational and safe.”


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