Dutch edtech company Squla has acquired Scoyo, an online learning platform for primary and secondary school students in the German market. Based in Amsterdam, Squla has expanded through the Netherlands into Belgium and Poland, reaching about 50,000 classrooms and 1.4 million users. The company sees 7 million potential users in Germany, hence the acquisition of the Hamburg startup. Both companies got started in 2009, with similar names and similar products: online interactive learning through playful activities and curriculum-based exercises. Squla has expanded further, in scope of subjects (from foreign languages to music to programming), student age (the full range of K-12), and markets. No doubt this growth was fueled by Levine Leichtman Capital Partners (LLCP), a California-based firm with a Benelux presence. Squla itself was acquired by LLCP in 2018. Shortly thereafter, the firm bought another Dutch startup, online typing app Wrts, which was integrated into Squla’s product offering.