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Barça Studios making ‘Talent Explorers’ animated series

Barça Studios is working on what will be the first animated series to be made by the FC Barcelona audiovisual content factory, Talent Explorers, an ambitious cartoon project that is being produced in collaboration with Sony Music Latin Iberia, with whom the Club signed a strategic agreement last summer to create unique entertainment experiences and promote ideas that connect music and sport to fans around the world. The teaser that was released today features music by Estopa and presents the main characters that will appear in Talent Explorers, Max, Roc and Lynda, a group of very special scouts who travel all around the world looking for talent to put together a team to represent Barça in a tournament. They discover different children from different backgrounds, such as Marco, Hao, Aisha and Lyli, who all have very special skills. This production is part of the strategy of FC Barcelona and Barça Studios, the company that centralises the creation, production and distribution of all the club’s audiovisual content, to offer its fans original and premium quality products, while also promoting the Barça brand and generating a new revenue stream for the club. After the international success of the first season of Matchday, the documentary series that followed the everyday lives of the first team players in the 2018/18 season, and which Netflix has just released in Latin America, and the recent announcement of the first fictional series inspired by and set at La Masía, with Albert Espinosa as screenwriter, Barça Studios is now proud to unveil its first animated project. The Talent Explorers cartoon series takes a new step forward by offering specific content aimed at a family audience, especially children aged between 5 and 9 years old, who are just starting to learn about the world of sports and Barça, and who are also at an important stage of their human development.

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https://www.fcbarcelona.com/en/news/1668923/barca-studios-making-talent-explorers-animated-series

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