Entries in 'Licensing' (38)
Epic Games has announced major changes to Unreal Engine's business model, allowing developers to forgo the one-time licensing fee and instead offering a monthly subscription service.
Licensing firms have already rushed to back Watch Dogs – even before the game has launched.
Well that didn’t take long.
Want the skinny on UK porn filters blocking games? How about Konami’s rebirth of PES? Or how to license your game for big bucks? Then you need the latest MCV.
And to think you thought the movie game tie-in as dead!
Konami has confirmed a couple of features that won’t make it into the extremely promising looking PES 2014.
Financial services firm American Express has announced a new line of credit cards featuring scenes and characters from League of Legends.
Intent Media today launches the Licensing.biz Power List, a new print magazine which will celebrate the top licensed properties of the year.
Pedigree Books has penned a deal to add Sega’s Sonic the Hedgehog to its selection of 2013 annuals.
Activision's Skylanders property was last night named as best licensed programme of the year at LIMA's International Excellence Awards.
Sir Alex Ferguson might be calling time on his relationship with the beautiful game, but EA wants its love affair to continue.
America’s ongoing struggle to rationalise its gun laws has now affected the video game space.
Canadian developer Roadhouse Interactive has become the latest studio to get its hands on an official Warhammer license.
2012 has seen publishing giant Ubisoft unveil new IP, take its flagship brand to new heights and even sign a couple of Hollywood movie deals.
Grand Theft Auto Vice City has been removed from Steam and other digital retailers.
The Next World Rally Championship game will be published in the UK by PQube this October.
Video gaming merchandise has become big business, but both retailers and publishers are still learning what works. James Batchelor details the possibilities and pitfalls of bringing video game brands to ...
Video games themselves can of course be a form of merchandise.
EA has kicked off a licensing drive for Mass Effect 3, with accessories, figures, posters and more ready to rock retail this Friday.
Would-be licensees are lining up to get a piece of Skylanders, says Activision.
Sonic merchandise is in “hot demand”, says Sega. The publisher launched a licensing drive for its mascot last year, and has partnered with a range of companies to put Sonic’s face ...
D3Publisher has acquired the rights to publish games based on DreamWorks movie IPs, following THQ’s retreat from the sector.
It’s going to be a Mario Kart Christmas if Nintendo gets their way, as the firm has teamed up with Tomy for a range of new toys.
Long-term industry face and EA founder Trip Hawkins has revisited the two-decade old debate about platform holder software licensing, blaming it for the death of creativity in the modern market.
Clothes, accessories and fitness apparel based on the Just Dance franchise are on their way to shops.