Early learning digital service Hopster is now available via Swedish cable operator ComHem’s streaming service ComHem Play+.
The service features content that is in-line with the UK Early Years National Curriculum and features diverse and inclusive content from around the world. Along with a range of education content, the streamer also offers access to iconic shows in localised languages such as Pingu, In the Night Garden and Teletubbies.
Tyrell Ellis, co-CEO at Hopster said “We are really pleased that we have partnered with Com Hem, furthering our footprint in the Nordic region. It is important now more than ever that children have the opportunity to access educational and diverse content and we are thrilled to be able to deliver this to families in Sweden.”
Hanna Paepke, acting director of ComHem Play said “We always want to offer our customers good and relevant content, so we are happy that we can add content from Hopster to Comhem Play+ to expand our offering towards the family and kids segment.”
The news comes after acquired learning app Curious World. Curious World, based on the character Curious George, now has over 5million downloads and over 500,000 subscribers worldwide.
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