Yogome, a Mexican edtech startup, raises $6.6M for kids educational games

Yogome, a Mexican startup of children's educational games, has received a $ 6.6 million investment from Seaya Ventures, a Spanish venture capital fund (investors of Cabify). After this investment, the company founded by Mexicans Manolo Díaz and Alberto Colín in 2011, becomes the first 100% Mexican startup to raise a Serie A funding.

Yogome offers a digital education platform with a collection of games for children from 6 to 11 years and has a presence in more than 50 countries including the United States, Latin America and Southeast Asia.

"Manolo Díaz and his team have built a great educational entertainment platform for children ages 6 to 11. Yogome is positioned to become a global leader in a high-growth market," said Michael Kleindl, Co-Founder By Seaya Ventures.

The platform has the support of experts in pedagogy and education to develop their contents which aim to make learning more fun. Topics included in the games are: math, science, programming, geography, health, creativity, sustainability and languages.

With this new investment, Yogome seeks to reach 1 million subscribers and expansion to China, Korea and Japan.

For more information visit Yogome’s site.