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BAT PAT WINS OVER THE WEB

6 Jun - 2017

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A winner of the Interactive Key Award, the fun little bat’s website based on his Rai Gulp TV series.

For the 18th Interactive Key Award, the Bat Pat website, ‘Giochi brividosi’ (scary games) received an award at the New Auditorium  IULM. The site itself allows young fans to have fun online, to discover secrets from the world of Bat Pat and to play games with all of the characters from the series.

The prestigious award from the Advergame category was part of a web project, carried forth by Atlantyca and created by the eBit and IM*MEDIA companies for the Bat Pat property.

The Bat Pat animated series airs in Italy and has already been sold in many other countries across the world. It is inspired by a children’s book of the same name that was produced in Italy by Edizioni PIEMME. It tells the stories of the scary-yet-comic adventures of a little talking bat and his friends Martin, Leo and Rebecca Silver, three children that love all things supernatural. The series is produced by Atlantyca Entertainment with Imira, and with participation from Rai Fiction and RTVE.

The Interactive Key Award, promoted by Mediakey, is the national award that recognises the best interactive communication projects of the year.


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