MGA Entertainment, known for its innovative toys, is growing in a big way, expanding its reach as it re-launches classic properties and delivers new brands.
Disney Consumer Products and Interactive Media and Hasbro launched Playmation Marvel’s Avengers Sunday, a new system of connected toys and wearables.
Playmobil has launched its line of officially licensed National Hockey League play sets, marking the toy brand's first licensed range in North America.
Activision and Tag Games have released the new hidden object mobile game “Downton Abbey: Mysteries of the Manor,” based on the British TV series.
NBC has ordered 10 episodes of a new game show based on the popular app "QuizUp."
Scholastic has extended and expanded its publishing relationship with The LEGO Group through 2019.
Before hitting the big screen next summer, the "Angry Birds" character Red will migrate to New York City for the 89th annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.
Activision Publishing has teamed with Pacific Cycle, a brand of Dorel Industries, for a line of bikes and scooters featuring the "Skylanders" brand.
Card and games company Cartamundi has received the Company of the Year Award from the Belgian American Chamber of Commerce.
Licensing agency JRL Group has tapped GeoToys to develop a line of educational puzzles and games under the Encyclopaedia Britannica and Britannica Kids brands.
Nickelodeon and Viacom Consumer Products has entered a partnership with U.K. toy retailer The Entertainer for an exclusive range of Nickelodeon products.
Rubik’s Brand, has created a fashion and art-targeted style guide inspired by the Rubik's Cube, that it will debut at Licensing Expo.
U.K. apparel company Wild Bangarang is planning a range of clothing based on Blizzard Entertainment’s online role-playing game “World of Warcraft.”
Kids Preferred has unveiled a new collection of World of Eric Carle preschool toys.
Global Brands International continues to expand the re-launch of the Baby Genius licensing business with the introduction of the new "Baby Genius Sing Along" app.
Bulldog Licensing has added four more licensees for Moose Toys' collectible brand Shopkins.
Genius Brands International has finalized a licensing agreement with License 2 Play for the development of plush toys for the character brand From Frank.
The new app "Horrid Henry’s Big Box of Pranks" has launched for iOS and Android devices, developed by P2 Entertainment.
Udon Entertainment is planning a new monthly comic series based on the video game franchise "Street Fighter."
The mobile game “Crossy Road” has launched a merchandise online store, carrying the official licensed merchandise for the brand.
Outfit7, the company behind the "Talking Tom and Friends" franchise, has launched the new game app "Mars Pop," the first product for its new brand NeoMars.
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