Licensing agency plans to celebrate its anniversary with a host of new products for properties such as "Five Nights at Freddy's," "We Happy Few" and more.
"Striker's 10th anniversary is less about celebrating our individual accomplishments as a company, but rather, celebrating the collective accomplishments and collaborations between our clients, our licensee and retail partners, and the organization that we have built to help facilitate multi-faceted consumer products programs that service the people who really matter in the overall equation... the fans," says Russell Binder, partner, Striker Entertainment.
Striker recently signed on to build a consumer product programs for Laika, a producer of CG, stop-motion and cel animated films. Striker has been tapped to represent Laika's library of films including
Kubo and the Two Strings
, as well as an as-yet titled upcoming animated feature film.
Striker's television roster includes "The
Also on Striker's radar is "Five Nights at Freddy's," a horror video game franchise that the agency continues to expand a footprint for around the world. Other gaming franchises represented by Striker–digital, console and traditional–include "We Happy Few" from Compulsion Games, card game "Exploding Kittens," mobile app "Kitty Cones," art brand It's Happy Bunny and more.
"If someone would have said to us early on that I could make a living off of vampires, robots, zombies, Kaijus, superheroes, teddy bears and Angry Birds, Striker would be 25-years-old," says Binder. "The truth is that we have not been coming to 'work' for the last 10 years, and if we have our way, we will be saying the same thing at our 20th anniversary."
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