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Read the tabletop and board games special issue of ToyNews online

The September tabletop and board gaming special issue of ToyNews is available to read online, on your iPad, laptop or smart device now.

This month, we visit one of our favourite topics, board gaming, to take you through some of the biggest topics across board gaming, from Brexit to the growing issue of counterfeiters, taking in the views and opinions of the UK’s biggest names in board gaming and board game retailing.

In this issue, we also talk exclusively to Gary Grant about why 2018 is the year of growth for The Entertainer, not just here in the UK, but across the globe and ask him, “IS a move to the US on the cards?”

It’s not just board games that are picking up the pace a retail, you know. Puzzles are, too. Driven by an audience appreciate of the artwork that sits at the heart of the sector’s popularity. It’s just another avenue for ToyNews to explore in this month’s special issue.

Meanwhile, Anne Wood or Ragdoll Productions gives us her thoughts on the health of kids’ TV and the relationship between toys and television, WildBrain breaks down the latest YouTube viewing figures for us, and Anne-Marie Lacey dives into the dos and dont’s for the modern day inlfuencer.

Warhammer has had a phenomenal year, driving not only the board gaming and tabletop gaming sector, but breaking new grounds in the licensing space, too. We take a close look at the brand in our in depth interview.

There’s all this to read before you can immerse yourself in the latest board games and puzzles to hit the market in our games and puzzle sector guide, before learning the newest line-up in the wooden toys sector.

All this and more in the September issue of ToyNews.

Oh, and there’s an interview with Elmo, too.

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