Prudential Corporation Asia has released its newest mobile game, Cha-Ching Band Manager, for iOS and Android in English to help children build money-smart skills. Cha-Ching is a key financial literacy programme of the Prudence Foundation, the charitable platform of Prudential Corporation Asia. Riding on the popularity of the Cha-Ching Saver game series, Cha-Ching Band Manager blends elements from the popular music-based and simulation games that children love to create a fun and interactive game that enables them to make smart money decisions through play.
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