The US firm is responsible for Disruptus, Juxtabo and other art-inspired games.

Funnybone Toys secures Canadian distribution

Funnybone Toys’ range of games are heading to Canada thanks to a partnership with Ontario-based distributor, Lion Rampart.

The US firm behind Disruptus, Juxtabo and other art-inspired games has deemed the deal, brokered by McGill associations, ‘a big step’ for the company 

“This is the first important step in our 2016 plans to expand outside of the US market,” said Julien Sharp, co-founder and president of Funnybone Toys.

Rose Kriedemann, co-founder of Lion Rampant, added: “When I first saw the Funnybone Toys products at Toy Fair, I was very interested in them and so I am thrilled to offer some of their top-selling games to Canadian consumers.”

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