Kixi Entertainment has licensed two cartoon Series from Riki Group.
Kixi Entertainment and Riki Group have closed a licensing agreement comprising more than 100 episodes of #cartoon content originating from Russia. Riki Group is a leading animation holding in Russia, specializing in creation, management, licensing and promotion of media brands for a family audience in Russia, CIS States and territory of the European Union.
"Kikoriki" is a #series created for a #family#audience and several generations of #kids have grown up watching it. Filled with kind humour, which #children intuitively understand, it opens its subtle shades for adults. The KikoRiki world is a place full of adventures, real-life situations and valuable life lessons. The short episodes capture the lives and challenges of a vibrant cast of characters.
"Pincode" is #edutainment cartoon series which sees the KikoRiki cast all grown-up and rocking the world with their scientific superpowers. In pursuit of scientific #knowledge, the team travels the universe in their unique exploration vehicle, the Umflier, which can move them in time, space, volume and dimension. From underwater troublesome fun to shrinking to the size of an atom, the crew follow Captain Pin as they learn about the world we share.
"We are happy to add these two very unique and innovative cartoon series to our portfolio. They are new to the German market and will surely resonate well with our audience." explains Sascha Stradtmann, Head of Acquisitionsand Programming at Kixi Entertainment.
Anna Mysskaya, the Head of Riki Group’s international division says: "We are delighted to be working with Kixi who will bring Riki Group’s flagship projects to new viewers. Kikoriki and it’s scientific spin-off PinCode embodies values familiar to families and generations all over the world, so we hope the Kixi audience will also love our round-shaped characters and their adventures."
Kixi, part of Trias Media Group, is available on its owned and operated streaming website and adjoined Apps for iOS and Android devices, AppleTV, NetRange MMH GmbH powered SmartTVs, Deutsche Telekom's MagentaTV and Amazon FireTV and the Amazon Prime Video Channel "Kixi Select".