Entries in 'Licensing' (18)
An unofficial sequel to Star Wars Battlefront 2 will not be allowed to use the Star Wars name or take place in its universe.
Microsoft has agreed a deal to hand an extensive set of toy licensing rights to Mattel.
Japanese smash hit 3DS game Yo-Kai Watch will take the UK by storm, predicts Viz Media Europe.
Like the sound of a Horizon: Zero Dawn action figure? What about a book based on the upcoming Guerrilla Games title? Or even a pencil case?
It’s never been cooler to be a geek.
A movie or TV series based on Psyonix’s car football title Rocket League could well be on the way.
Ten years ago, when the Forza franchise debuted, developer Turn 10 found that car manufacturers weren’t all that interested in video games.
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