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CME Group's Market Education App for Kids Wins Award

CME Group's Market Education App for Kids Wins Award

Risk Ranch App by CME Group wins best Children's App Award

Risk Ranch, the educational children's app developed by CME Group, has been awarded the Best Children's App Award by Best Mobile App Awards.

Risk Ranch is an agriculture-based learning application for children of all ages.

Since its release earlier this summer, the app has been downloaded by kids and families in 85 countries around the world.

Risk Ranch is designed to help children look at agriculture as a business, whether they aspire to be a farmer in the future or just have an interest in learning where their food comes from. Fun and fast-paced, the single-player game engages kids with real-life content, challenging players to take on the role of a modern farmer and bring a steer to market.

Risk Ranch wins best Children's App Award

The app is based on an interactive Commodity Carnival experience developed by CME Group and National 4-H Council to teach youth the importance of agricultural economics and risk management.

Risk Ranch is free and available for download from both the iTunes App Store and Google Play. The app is also playable online.

Source: CME Group

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