Fingerprint Digital Scores Canadian Funding

San Francisco-based Fingerprint Digital, a developer of mobile, educational games for kids, said today that it has scored a funding round from Canadian media firm Corus Entertainment. Size of the funding round was not disclosed. Corus publishes such well known brands as Max & Ruby, Babar, Franklin and Friends, and Scaredy Squirrel. Fingerprint said it will use the funding to expand its products to the Android platform, expand its age range, and expand its gaming library. Colin Bohn of Nelvana Enterprises (Corus) has joined the company's board. A recent regulatory filing pins the funding round at $7.68M. More information »