- Intellego subsidiary PIXELearning has moved into rapidly growing online language market after winning a £167,000 contract to provide products to the Gloucester Language Immersion Centre.

GLIC is a purpose-built centre created specifically to teach languages through a 'full immersion' technique, whereby pupils behave as though they are in a foreign country.

The main target audiences for the centre are the local community, SME businesses and students between the ages of 14-19.

Intellego chief executive Andy Hasoon said: "With hundreds of millions of people across the globe learning new languages at any one time this is a very exciting and a whole new market for Intellego to focus on.

"Importantly, serious games are the ideal tool to help people quickly grasp and retain a new language.

"The work being undertaken by GLIC cannot be underestimated and we are very pleased to be working closely alongside them."

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