Ink is going global with its Russian animated series “Masha and the Bear” and extensions for the digital game “Subway Surfers,” including an animated series.
Egmont is planning to expand its Masha and the Bear publishing program across Europe, following the success of the line in Russia.
Ink has appointed Simba Dickie as the master toy licensee for the award-winning Russian animated series “Masha and the Bear.”
Lima Sky has appointed Danish firm INK as licensing agent in the Nordics and Eastern Europe for its mobile game “Doodle Jump.”
FremantleMedia Kids & Family Entertainment has appointed four new licensing agents and three new toy distribution partners for “Tree Fu Tom.”
Ink has appointed Rizon Studios Licensing as Subway Surfers' newest sub-agent in the U.K. and Ireland.
Ink, global representative for the game app “Subway Surfers,” has signed the first licensing deals for the brand.
Evolution has appointed a series of international sub-agents to manage Miramax's portfolio.
Ink and Biplano have signed a new deal with E-max for a range of Smurfs novelty items in Eastern Europe, Nordic, Spain and Portugal.
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