TinyTap, a Tel Aviv, Israel-based educational game creation platform, raised $5M in funding.
The round was led by Aleph Venture Capital with participation from previous investors, including Inimiti, Radiant and ReInvent.
The company intends to use the funds to launch newly curated Learning Plans in Mandarin, Arabic, and Spanish as well as to promote the partnership with Oxford University Press to start a Learning Plan for English Language Learners.
Founded in 2012 by Yogev Shelley and Oren Elbaz, TinyTap is a platform which allows teachers to create educational games for their students. These games are later available for families worldwide to play and learn from. The company offers a premium subscription to its 150,000 games in 24 languages. Revenue is shared between the company and the teachers, providing them with an additional source of income.