[Case study] How Innersloth uses SuperAwesome’s Kids Web Services (KWS) to safely enable the best Among Us experience for its young players and their parents
Few online games have seen such a sudden and massive explosion in popularity as Among Us, developed by Innersloth. Innersloth used SuperAwesome’s Kids Web Services (KWS) to provide global parent verification and consent management flows in Among Us.
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