Coweta native and credit guru Reginald ”Reggie” Lowe is on a mission to help as many people increase their credit score, and he wants to help youth get the information early with his new board game, Credit Mania, which teaches the fundamentals of credit.

Key Components of the Game Are:

  • 1 Board Game
  • 6 Avatar Cards
  • 30 Avatar Pawns
  • 96 Assets Cards
  • 32 Life Cards
  • 32 Event Cards
  • 100 coins
  • 3 Dice
  • 1 First Player Token
  • 1 Phase Marker


#1 Financial Literacy Board Game!

As a young teen, Lowe said he loved to play monopoly and fell in love playing board games. He said always had the dream to create his own board game and he felt a game about credit was perfect.

”I noticed there was no board game educating people about the new, real-life credit game”, Lowe said.

The only way to win with Credit Mania is to have the most credit points, he said.

Lowe said he has been working on the game since June 2020. He was able to work with suppliers over the internet to get the project done. His game developer is from Greece, my graphic artist is from Italy and my lawyer is from Pakistan.

”I wanted to make a game that I can teach my 10-year-old daughter the importance of credit building and investing in assets,” he said. ”We also added crypto currency to the game to make aware of the future digital currency.”

Lowe said the game will be available in the first quarter of 2023. The game will be sold directly on Amazon and the company website. He said he will start touring in different states soon to bring more awareness to the game.

The 35-year-old credit credit advisor said the process taught him anything possible if you know your ”why.”

”I have learned that once I start something there is no giving up,” he said.

Lowe said he hopes game nights will not only be more fun for families but also more educational.

Reggie Lowe 11 years old daughter explains how she beat him!




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