Among Us enters the puzzles sector as Toikido taps Winning Moves and Top Trumps USA

Toikido has partnered with the leading games company, Winning Moves and Top Trumps USA to bring the hit gaming franchise, Among Us to the games and puzzles space.

Under the new partnership, games specialist, Winning Moves will be launching four challenging puzzle designs, enabling fans to choose their difficulty level across a series of 100, 250, 500, and 1,000 piece puzzle formats. The partnership marks the latest licensing move for the popular gaming title Among Us that has captured players’ attention across the globe in recent years.

Toikido’s Darran Garnham, said: “Our family love Among Us and Winning Moves – Top Trumps and so to bring them both together with Innersloth Games is really exciting.”

Megan Wain, senior licensing manager for Winning Moves, added: “Both Among Us and Jigsaw puzzles have both solidified their place in our daily lives culture with massive, global fan bases, and we are beyond excited to bring these worlds together for the first time.

“Winning Moves has always had a big focus on the latest trends, so we are really excited to be part of the Toikido – Among Us family.”

The new collection of puzzles is due to launch in autumn/winter 2021 globally with Top Trumps USA exclusively distributing for the North America market.

Scott Whitney, head of retail at Top Trumps USA, said: “In the world of gaming, Among Us is a massive global phenomenon, so it’s great to bring fans unique product. We have had fans requesting puzzles since the game launched, so we are confident that this will quickly become a top selling licence for us.”

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