Outfit7 invests in e-reader app KOBI

Talking Tom developer invests in eReader app designed to assist children with reading difficulties

Outfit7, the Slovenian multinational video game developer behind the popular Talking Tom & Friends franchise has announced an investment in Hopalai, a startup that develops KOBI, an eReader app designed to assist children with reading difficulties.

This latest investment is part of Outfit7’s ongoing mission to expand and grow by identifying and supporting innovative business ventures with the potential for significant positive impact.

“We are always on the lookout for fresh and creative initiatives that require additional investment to scale their business,” said Igor Lautar, Senior VP of Sales, Growth, and Investments at Outfit7. “Education is an area of great importance to us, and Hopalai’s passion and commitment to helping children overcome reading difficulties made them a perfect fit for our investment. We firmly believe that the product they make will bring meaningful change in this segment.”

Ursula Lavrenčič, the founder of Hopalai, said, “Our mission is to make learning to read easier, especially for children who struggle with dyslexia or ADHD. We are working on innovative methods to create an exceptional learning app, using artificial intelligence and GPT technology. The support of Outfit7 is a big step forward for us to reach even more users.”

KOBI is a premium subscription eReader app for children with dyslexia or ADHD, and for children who want to improve their reading skills. The eReader is designed with innovative and proven methods, tested by experts, and approved by kids. With over 1 million minutes read in the past year, nearly 97% of users agree that KOBI is the best eReader on the market for children with learning differences.

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