This year's toy fair season will culminate in New York City with a remarkable lineup of blockbuster toys from the world's largest licensors and licensees.
As a tie-in promotion to the U.K. release of Disney’s Cars 3, Jumbo Games has launched a new set of branded puzzles and games.
Activision has appointed Tinderbox, the digital division of Beanstalk, to represent its video game franchise “Call of Duty” for licensing in Europe.
Universal Brand Development has partnered with Anki, a robotics and artificial intelligence company, to feature Fast & Furious in the Anki Overdrive game.
Nintendo and McDonald’s have teamed up to bring Mario and other characters from the Mushroom Kingdom to Happy Meals throughout the U.S.
MGA Entertainment will reveal details for its new global licensing program for its doll line L.O.L. Surprise! at Licensing Expo, May 23-25.
Digital games publisher and developer 704Games has released the new mobile game “NASCAR Heat Mobile.”
Both Hasbro and Mattel have revealed their financial results for the first quarter 2017, with Hasbro reporting a 2 percent increase in net revenue and Mattel reporting a 15 percent decrease in net sales.
The Pokémon Company International and French children’s brand La Compagnie des Petits have teamed up to create a new Pokémon-themed fashion collection for boys and girls.
Halfbrick Studios has tapped Interactive Licensing Management to represent its mobile game “Fruit Ninja” for licensing.
In anticipation of the new video game “Mario Kart 8” for Nintendo Switch, which launches this Friday, Target has unveiled a host of in-store designs featuring Nintendo’s iconic character.
Mattel’s Barbie brand has unveiled a Misty Copeland doll.
SEGA’s “Sonic the Hedgehog” has been inducted into The Strong’s World Video Game Hall of Fame in Rochester, N.Y.
Rovio has secured multiple North American licensees across a range of categories to support its upcoming film, The Angry Birds Movie, in theaters May 20.
Cartoon Network, DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment have partnered with Grumpyface Studios to develop “Teeny Titans,” a new mobile game based on “Teen Titans Go!”
Mattel and Nintendo have joined forces to produce a special “Super Mario”-themed edition of Mattel’s Uno for the Japanese market.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products has partnered with StoryToys to release “Batman Unlimited: Gotham City’s Most Wanted” for iOS and Android devices.
Nintendo has unveiled plans for its upcoming Play Nintendo Tour in the U.S.
Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products has tapped Zoobe Message Entertainment to feature characters from Ice Age: Collision Course on the “Zoobe” app.
CBS Consumer Products has tapped a number of licensees for a range of new products to commemorate “Star Trek’s” 50th anniversary.
Topps has expanded its digital app lineup with the recent launch of “The Walking Dead: Card Trader” app.
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