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Building a Metaverse World for Kids

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The American brands Abec Games and the Danish LEGO Group announced a partnership to build the world of Metaverse for children.

The two companies, which specialize in games and electronic games, stated that the goal of the partnership is to work on shaping the “future of Metaverse” and “making it safe and fun for children, while building an immersive digital experience for them to play in.”

According to SpringWise, the partnership has garnered wide global attention, although it is still in its early stages without deadlines or many details, as it raised in a new funding round the amount of two billion dollars, where it is likely that the extensive experience of both The two brands will shape the future of online gaming.

The Indian magazine “Business Today” quoted the company “APEC Games” behind the game “Fortnite”, and the “LEGO” group, identifying three principles that ensure the survival of the digital space they create, safe spaces for children, their well-being and privacy, and what they reported about providing them with children. and adults with tools that help control the digital experience.

Tim Sweeney, CEO of APEC Games, said: “The LEGO Group has captured the imaginations of children and adults through creative play for nearly a century, and we are excited to work together to build a space in the world of Metaverse that is fun and entertaining designed for children and families.” Sweeney had previously mentioned that Metaverse is an “online playground” where users can play games like Fortnite, watch movies together on Netflix, and so on.

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Also, Business Today quoted the CEO of The LEGO Group, Nils P. Rickstiansen, as saying: “Children enjoy playing in the digital and physical worlds and move seamlessly between the two. We believe there is huge potential for them to develop their lifelong skills, such as creativity, collaboration and communication through digital experiences, but we have a responsibility to make them safe, inspiring and useful for everyone.”