Traditional toys will always have a place in the toy aisle, but increasingly digital products and properties are driving trends in children’s play.
Ink has appointed Rizon Studios Licensing as Subway Surfers' newest sub-agent in the U.K. and Ireland.
Konami Digital Entertainment has released the first-ever global Star Wars card battle game, under license from Lucasfilm.
Hugo Games has released its latest app featuring the classic character Hugo the Troll, while Limo Licensing works to grow the brand.
Big Idea Entertainment has tapped Cupcake Digital to develop a series of apps featuring characters from VeggieTales.
Two executives from Rovio Entertainment will give the keynote address at Brand Licensing Europe on Oct. 15 in London.
The LEGO Group has released a social brand hub and three new apps for the third generation Mindstorms.
Samsung Electronics has announced plans for a new tablet built specifically for kids.
Anuman Interactive is developing a new game app featuring the classic European comic book hero Lucky Luke.
Anuman Interactive is planning a series of new games based on the books of Agatha Christie.
Lisle International has added to the roster of licensees for Imangi Studios’ digital property Temple Run.
Big Tent Entertainment has tapped Konami Digital Entertainment for a new game app featuring the character Domo.
Outfit7, creators of the Talking Friends franchise, has appointed Baker & McKenzie as its IP rights enforcement firm.
Outfit7 is developing a TV series based on its Talking Tom and Talking Friends app properties.
Wizards of the Coast and game developer DeNA have launched the first-ever Dungeons & Dragons mobile game, “Arena of War.”
American Greetings Properties is continuing to digitize Strawberry Shortcake with the release of three new apps.
Peanuts Worldwide has teamed up with Storypanda Digital Publishing to bring some of its books to the iPad.
Rovio Entertainment has announced an innovative distribution plan for its new animated series, “Angry Birds Toons,” which will be integrated into its game apps in addition to airing on traditional TV and video-on-demand networks.
Rovio Entertainment and the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex have teamed up to launch the first interactive Angry Birds attraction in the U.S.
Last year Oreo conquered Antarctica, now the cookie company is taking on the universe with a new app created as part of its collaboration with Mondolez and Nokia.
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