Toy fair season culminates in New York City with an impressive slate of licensed merchandise on display.
The Joester Loria Group has tapped Buffalo Games to develop games based on the the National Geographic Channel series “Brain Games.”
Toys 'R' Us executives outlined initiatives that are being implemented to improve operational performance and drive profitable growth at a meeting Tuesday.
IDW has teamed up with Temple Street Productions and Paramount Pictures to bring the TV series "Orphan Black" and The Godfather to a range of games.
Nottingham Forest has tapped Fournier to develop official playing cards for the "Sendokai Champions" TV series.
"Monopoly Millionaires' Club," the upcoming new game show based on the Hasbro board game, has launched a multi-state companion lottery scratch ticket program.
Santoro has signed a host of new licensees and launched several new lines for its art brand Gorjuss in Europe.
Disney Consumer Products is celebrating one of the studio's most iconic characters with a massive assortment of products inspired by the upcoming film Cinderella.
Ravensburger has unveiled an expansive new collection of licensed puzzles featuring a cast of Disney Junior, Disney and Disney/Pixar characters.
The non-food licensing program for TapatÍo is heating up, with Firefly Brand Management adding seven new partners for the hot sauce brand.
American Girl, a division of Mattel, has partnered with Fashion Angels to create a range of tween girl arts and crafts products featuring the doll brand.
Cartamundi has added the Disney Planes Wings Around the Globe game box to its offerings for the Disney Planes brand.
Alex and Ani has signed a global licensing agreement with Hasbro for the Alex and Ani Monopoly collection of expandable wire charm bangles.
FremantleMedia North America is expanding the Loteria brand, based on the traditional Latin American game, in two new partnerships.
Jumbo Games has signed a pan-European licensing deal with HBO Global Licensing to produce a series of Game of Thrones jigsaw puzzles.
Discovery Consumer Products signed new deals with toy companies DGL and RMS to develop products specifically for children.
Sesame Workshop has signed a deal with Jumbo Games to produce children’s puzzles and games for its new preschool series “The Furchester Hotel.”
The British toy market increased 4.4 percent in 2014, the best result since 2010 when toy sales were up 8 percent.
Crayola has tapped tween girl lifestyle company Fashion Angels to create a line of activity and lifestyle products targeted to tweens.
MerryMakers has tapped University Games for a range of puzzles and games featuring the Pete the Cat publishing brand.
Trading card company Topps will start a new wave of licensing activity for the sci-fi cult classic Mars Attacks for the 2014-15 season.
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