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IKEA underlines commitment to child’s play as it joins The Toy Association

The Swedish retailer, IKEA, has highlighted its commitment to the toy space by joining the Toy Association a its newest member. The international brand is now among around 1,000 manufacturers, distributors, and retailers that make up the organisation’s membership. Work has been ongoing between the US toy industry body, the …

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Asmodee’s Dobble partners with Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity

Asmodee has struck up a new partnership with Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity to raise vital funds to support seriously ill children from across the UK being cared for at the hospital. As well as working together on projects to introduce children to the benefits of playing games, Asmodee …

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Artist formerly known for prints: Laurence King Publishing is settling into the children’s games sector

From specialist publisher of art and design books, to a top pick of the independent retailers plugging into the ‘make and do’ market, and a growing name in the children’s games and gifts sector, Laurence King’s reputation is a steadily flourishing one. For a company that “stumbled into the children’s …

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Gibsons calls out Amazon and eBay third-party sellers over product price inflation

Gibsons has urged families and consumers shopping for its ranges of games and puzzles to avoid paying the inflated prices certain items are being sold at on platforms like Amazon and eBay by sellers looking to unfairly capitalise on the growing demand for home entertainment amid the global lockdown measures. …

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SmartGames launches new compact travel game, Colour Catch

SmartGames has launched a new one player compact game, designed for families on the move this summer, in the form of Colour Catch. The new title gives kids aged seven and upwards the task of helping the salamanders and frogs catch their bugs for dinner. As part of the 48 …

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