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BlooBuzz has partnered with Showtime, CBS Consumer Products and actor Michael C. Hall to launch the official "Dexter" mobile game.
Mattel's American Girl brand of contemporary 18-inch dolls, accessories, girls' clothing and play-based content has been rebranded as Truly Me.
In anticipation of the July 10 release of Universal's Minions, Build-A-Bear Workshop has debuted a collection of customizable Minions plush, featuring Kevin, Stuart and Bob.
LEGO Speed Champions and McLaren Automotive have launched a building competition for teenage and adult LEGO builders called Celebrate the Future of McLaren Automotive.
Consumer Product Connection and entrepreneur Paul Salameh have announced the release of a brand-new 3D app for virtual pet "Pou" that will launch this summer.
British construction equipment manufacturer JCB has signed a raft of new licensing deals to further bolster its JCB Kids brand in the U.K.
U.K-based company Sambro has signed two new licensing deals to create products for Moose Toys Shopkins brand and Universal's Jurassic World.
Mattel has launched a new app featuring its preschool franchise Fireman Sam.
Tactic Games has been granted rights to create games based on Illumination Entertainment and Universal Pictures' Despicable Me film franchise, including the upcoming prequel Minions.
Propel Equity Partners has acquired the active play toy line Buzz Bee Toys, which it will fold into its Alex Brands family of toy companies.
Aardman Animations is gearing up for Shaun the Sheep The Movie with a robust licensing program on display at the U.K. Toy Fair this week in London.
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, TT Games and The LEGO Group have released a mobile version of "The LEGO Movie Video Game."
Witty Toys, a Rainbow Group company, has launched a new range of Winx Club dolls today at the Spielwarenmesse Toy Fair.
Bare Tree Media will create a range of mobile stickers, virtual goods and a photo app featuring the Australian koala character Smiling Bear.
Game developer No Yetis Allowed has released the new interactive character app "Pocket Shrek," inspired by the DreamWorks Animation franchise.
Tomy International has promoted Kerry Cunnion to senior vice president of sales, in addition to his current role leading the company's North American sales force.
Entertainment One Licensing has welcomed a host of new U.S. licensees for its Peppa Pig brand.
Playmates Toys has unveiled its all-new 2015 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles line, at New York Toy Fair, inspired by season four of the Nickelodeon TV series.
Little Kids has unveiled a 2015 toy and novelty lineup that includes offerings for major brands such as Sesame Street, Nickelodeon and Peeps.
DeNA and Marvel Entertainment have announced plans for a new cooperative game app, "Marvel Mighty Heroes," a follow-up to 2012's "Marvel War of Heroes."
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