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Views of the animated series "BabyRiki" on Chinese digital platforms have exceeded 3 billion in February 2020

23.03.2020

The total number of views of three seasons of the animated series "BabyRiki" on VOD platforms in China has exceeded the mark of 3 billion in February 2020. The three seasons of the animated series are broadcast on the platforms Tencent, iQiyi, YouKu, Mango TV, Beva, Sohu, as well as on the official CCTV Kids app.

On the platforms YouKu and iQiyi, the series is in the top-5 most popular foreign animated series in the preschool segment, along with the world hits "Peppa Pig", "Puppy Patrol", as well as "The Fixies", another animated series of Riki Group.

“It’s so exciting to watch “BabyRiki” grow and bring joy and happiness to more and more young viewers from various cultures and who speak different languages,” comments the producer of the show Alexandra Artemyeva. “Each episode contains a learning topic, a song and the whole series represents a comprehensive early development program, which is valued so much by parents from all around the world. We are happy to see an interest to our show and that it brings value to our vast audience”.

“BabyRiki” brand is growing its presence both in online and offline stores across China. Now there are 67 SKUs of BabyRiki toys and books available in over 500 stores in China.

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