Entries in 'Licensing' (27)
Movies based on brands such as Zelda and Mario could become a reality in the near future.
Konami has grabbed yet another license for the PES series, and it’s a really big one too.
A version of Codemasters’ Dirt Rally may be released on consoles, although it might differ from the experience currently available on PC.
Universal theme parks could soon be home to a number of rides based on Nintendo’s assorted catalogue of characters and IP.
Tickets to this month’s Licensing.biz People Awards are selling fast – so book now to avoid disappointment.
Racing studio Codemasters has the rights to the F1 licence for just one more year.
The Minions upcoming arrival at the cinema will now be accompanied by a multi-game deal.
Crytek has signed a major licensing deal with a mystery firm as part of its strategy to put the company on a more stabe footing following its troubles last year. ...
Accessories firm A4T has partnered up with Warner Bros to produce peripherals and merchandise based on the upcoming Batman: Arkham Knight.
In 1998 work on three titles was suddenly halted as Nintendo entered a furious race to secure the exclusive game rights to Harry Potter.
BBC Worldwide's Game team will be visiting London Mobile Games Week later this month, seeking any development and partnership opportunities that will benefit their biggest IP
A string of 18-rated games front the Assassin’s Creed brand, but Ubisoft wants to explore ways to sell the franchise to children.
Having already announced plans to publish a new video games mag, DC Thomson also wants a piece of the games market.
The business of Minecraft will remain very much in improving and developing the game, creator Mojang has claimed.
Iconic 1990s video game franchise Lemmings is making a return with a swathe of new licensed merchandise.
Train simulator specialist Dovetail is branching out into the flight sim sector.
Comic giant IDW, Crayola, Immediate Media and General Mills have all signed up or extended their deals as licensing partners for Activision’s Skylanders property.
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.