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Artist, Big Sean recently teamed up with Ally Financial in order to bring a financial education game to life.

The new game titled Fintropolis was created by HBCU students in an effort to teach young users how to close the racial wealth gap.

With the official launch that just happened earlier this month, Fintropolis has already been downloaded nearly 700K times!

In an official statement, Keishon Smith from Florida A&M said, “Ally challenged us to find a solution, so we dug in and did our homework. We quickly realized to get middle schoolers to pay attention and learn, we had to make it fun and hands-on. I played Minecraft throughout school and knew how much kids of all backgrounds loved it. When we tested our concept on students, I wasn’t surprised to see how quickly they took to it.”

For more information on Fintropolis, click here.