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My Singing Monsters Outfits Come to Samsung’s Galaxy AR Emoji

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Wind Sun Sky Entertainment announces a partnership with Tafi to bring My Singing Monsters to the Samsung Galaxy Store’s AR Emoji marketplace.

Leading multi-platform entertainment company Wind Sun Sky Entertainment has announced a partnership with Tafi to bring My Singing Monsters to the Samsung Galaxy Store’s AR Emoji marketplace.

“The world of My Singing Monsters is rapidly expanding into a multi-platform world, and this is just another amazing way for its millions of fans to showcase their passion,” says Catherine Winder, chief executive officer, Wind Sun Sky Entertainment. “Owners of Samsung mobile devices will have the unique ability to customize their avatars with ‘My Singing Monster’s Fandemonium’-themed onesies and t-shirts. This fun collaboration will be the perfect way to kickoff what we promise will be a big year for the franchise.”

This worldwide phenomenon franchise, helmed by the leading mobile game Big Blue Bubble, is one of the first-ever licensed properties to land in the Galaxy AR Emoji marketplace. This news comes as “My Singing Monsters Fandemonium,” the eight-part live animated variety show, is set to launch on March 12.

“We are thrilled to be working with Wind Sun Sky and Big Blue Bubble to bring the My Singing Monsters franchise to life through the Galaxy AR Emoji marketplace,” says Stephanie O’Farrell, chief marketing officer, Tafi.

To download My Singing Monster Galaxy AR Emoji gear, visit the AR Emoji editor on a Samsung Galaxy device. To download the “My Singing Monsters” app visit App Store or Google Play.

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