Hasbro teams with Reebok for Nerf sneaker collection

The range includes Nerf-inspired iterations of Reebok’s Pump Omni Zone II, Kamikaze II and Kamikaze II Low.

Brunel University London looks for toy firms to set industry challenge for students

Students will be using this challenge as part of their dissertation and will work on it between September and May.

Spin Master launches Future of Play Scholarship Program to improve diverse representation within the children’s entertainment industries

The initiative is designed to support the education and career advancement of individuals from underrepresented communities in the areas of toys, entertainment and digital games.

Anderson Entertainment looks to connect with game designers on ideas for brands like Thunderbirds, Stingray and Space: 1999

The firm is hoping to create a game that spans multiple Gerry Anderson brands, and incorporates iconic characters, vehicles and missions from the company’s portfolio of shows.

Days of Wonder bolsters Ticket to Ride brand with Track Switchers puzzle game

“The Ticket to Ride range of games have grown significantly in diversity and popularity over the last decade, and seeing a version that challenges players with logic puzzles is a delight,” said Days of Wonder’s Adrien Martinot.

Brand Licensing Europe teams with Mojo Nation on new Inventions & Product Innovations category for its License This! competition

The competition is now open – and winners will receive a free stand at BLE 2022, one-on-one consultation with members of the judging panel, and free memberships to Licensing International and Products of Change.

Eco-friendly toy firm Toyi wins iF Design Award 2021

With a kit consisting of wheels, feet, eyes, joints, sticks, flexible connectors and junction parts, kids can transform any object around them into a toy.

Virtual LEGO CON event to give fans the chance to talk with LEGO designers and see new ranges

LEGO CON will be hosted and livestreamed directly from LEGO House in Billund, Denmark on June 26th.

HYPE teams with Hasbro for Nerf apparel collection and limited-edition blasters

The 40-piece collection boasts Nerf’s core colour palette of orange and blue – with pops of purple, neon green and yellow.

Toys and collectibles on the way for cult YouTube series Don’t Hug Me I’m Scared

“We hope to bring the weird, strange world of DHMIS to the incredible fans of the show, with a range of merchandise that captures the uncompromising, surprising, and satirical comedy of Becky, Jo and Baker’s vision,” said Blink Industries’ Tom Stuart.

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