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Euromonitor to host 'The State of Play: Toys and Games' webinar

Looking at new research which has revealed the global toys and games market is expected to enjoy steady growth to 2017
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Euromonitor International is to host a webinar analysing the results of new research revealing the global toys and games market recorded three per cent growth in 2012, with steady growth expected to continue to 2017.

The live webinar will take place on November 7th, 9am CST or 15:00 GMT and will be hosted by Euromonitor's head of toys and games research Utku Tansel, and toys and games analyst Robert Porter.

The webinar will also focus on the decline in toy value sales in Western and North America, the popularity of construction toys and how important licensed products remain for the industry.

Stats on the rise of digital gaming will also feature alongside information on the rise of smartphones and tablets and how this has impacted the video games industry.

To register for Euromonitor's free 'The State of Play: Toys and Games' webinar, head here.

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