Toy fair season culminates in New York City with an impressive slate of licensed merchandise on display.
Netmarble Games Corp. will launch the new mobile role-playing game "Marvel Future Fight" worldwide for iOS and Android devices Thursday.
Mega Brands America has launched a puzzle line featuring vintage artwork from the Smithsonian Libraries’ seed catalog collection.
Hasbro surveyed U.S. children about what they want to be when they grow up and has updated The Game of Life board game based on the responses.
Firefly Brand Management has signed a host of new licensees for Mr. Bubble as the bubble bath brand readies for its 55th anniversary next year.
National Geographic has selected British product designer IF as an international giftware licensee to create bookmarks, playing cards and other gifts that showcase the brand's photographic archives.
The New York Lottery, in partnership with Sony Pictures Consumer Products and GTech, has launched a "Wheel of Fortune" instant ticket program.
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.
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.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products, on behalf of DC Entertainment, has teamed up with Aquarius to create DC Comics-based board games.
The National Museum of the Royal Navy has secured several new licensees for the warship HMS Victory.
Entertainment One Licensing has secured a number of deals for the global preschool brand Peppa Pig in the G/A/S region, including a regional licensing agent.
Discovery Consumer Products has partnered with Cartamundi for a new range of card games based on the Animal Planet TV series “Too Cute.”
Hasbro is celebrating the 80th anniversary of the Monopoly brand this year with new products, as well as a number of entertainment activations and events.
The equivalent of more than seven football fields were filled with toys and games last weekend at the 112th annual New York Toy Fair.
Carter Keithley has announced that he will retire as president and chief executive officer of the Toy Industry Association effective April 30, 2015.
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