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.
Loot Crate has revealed two exclusive lines of collectible figures that will be part of select subscription lines, including the WWE Slam Crate and the Halo Legendary Crate.
Product development company PhatMojo has secured two new licenses for Saban Brands’ Power Rangers and WildWorks’ “Animal Jam” brand.
Mattel, in partnership with The Pokémon Company International, will release a new Pokemon-themed construction line under the Mega Construx brand, formerly known as Mega Bloks.
Italian football club AS Roma has partnered with the eSports organization Fnatic to introduce the club’s first professional team to FIFA’s budding eSports league.
Ubisoft has revealed that the iconic U.S.S. Enterprise bridge from “Star Trek” will be playable in its upcoming virtual reality game “Star Trek: Bridge Crew.”
The National Basketball Association and Take-Two Interactive Software have joined forces to launch a professional competitive gaming league for basketball gamers.
Independent video game developer and publisher Psyonix and Mattel have joined forces to add new How Wheels-branded content to the “Rocket League” video game.
Atari and Gamebrand have joined forces to create a new smartwatch designed specifically for gamers.
Disguise, the Halloween costume division of Jakks Pacific, has partnered with Mojang and Microsoft to create children’s Halloween costumes based on the video game “Minecraft.”
Independent video game developer and publisher Psyonix has partnered with Zag Toys to launch a series of toys inspired by the indie video game “Rocket League.”
The Tetris Company has appointed Dentsu as its licensing and advertising agent for its Tetris brand in Japan.
Fox Digital Entertainment has teamed with Zen Studios to create a new pinball three-pack inspired by the Alien universe.
Atari’s “Battlezone” property will return with two new games–“Battlezone 98 Redux” and “Battlezone”–by U.K. game developer Rebellion.
Microsoft and Mojang have partnered with NetEase to launch “Minecraft” in China.
Activision Publishing and Bungie have partnered to create the next expansion in the “Destiny” franchise, “Destiny: Rise of Iron.”
Performance Designed Products has unveiled a number of new video game accessories for the NFL, Harmonix, Electronic Arts and Sony’s PlayStation.
Target has unveiled the Oregon Trail card game, a new tabletop game inspired by the classic video game “Oregon Trail.”
Bioworld Europe will unveil its latest licensed collections at the Autumn Fair, Sept. 4-7, in the U.K.
The Japanese series is picking up steam in markets all around the world, and Viz Media Europe plans to extend the brand even further into consumer products and entertainment.
Cartoon Network and Maximum Games, a video game publisher in partnership with GameMill Entertainment, have joined forces to release the video game “Cartoon Network: Battle Crashers.”
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