MGA Entertainment joined Netflix, the White House and the Council on Women & Girls to bring attention to gender equality and STEAM-based learning.
MGA Entertainment, the parent company of Little Tikes, has partnered with the LeBron James Family Foundation to offer a line of co-branded licensed sports toys.
After a brief hiatus in 2014 and a revamp in 2015, Bratz are back once again with new doll lines.
The international toy fairs tease the new games and merchandise kids will be lining up to play with in 2016.
MGA Entertainment has appointed J&M Brands to represent the Bratz doll brand for licensing and merchandising in Benelux.
MGA Entertainment has unveiled its new collectible toy line, Num Noms, featuring miniature characters that bring food to life with their delicious scents.
MGA Entertainment has appointed three new licensees for its newly re-launched Bratz fashion doll brand and one new partner for its new tween brand Project Mc².
MGA Entertainment has signed a number of new deals for its Project Mc² and Bratz brands.
MGA Entertainment, known for its innovative toys, is growing in a big way, expanding its reach as it re-launches classic properties and delivers new brands.
MGA Entertainment has signed two new deals for Bratz that will bring the newly re-launched doll brand to the beauty and crafting categories.
MGA Entertainment has teamed with Target to allow guests to create customized Bratz dolls through the new Create-A-Bratz experience on Target.com.
MGA Entertainment has unveiled a new tween franchise, Project Mc², designed to inspire girls' interest in science and math.
MGA Entertainment has created an app for its newly re-launched doll brand Bratz.
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