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Pinfinity Adds Pac-Man to Subscription Drop

Pac-Man has a new licensee.

Pinfinity, the makers of augmented reality enamel pins that bring pop-culture’s fandoms to life through animation, sound and interactive experiences, announce the inclusion of the gaming and pop-culture icon, Bandai-Namco’s Pac-Man, to its line of patent-pending AR pins. Pinfinity’s licensing representation is The Brand Liaison.

The Brand Liaison is exhibiting at Festival of Licensing, a month-long large-scale digital gathering that unites the global licensing industry to connect, learn, strike deals and do business on an international stage. The event takes place Oct. 6-29. Register for free now!

The pins will be first available exclusively through December’s Pinfinity+ Gaming subscription drop in celebration of the last month of Pac-Man’s 40th anniversary. These exclusive Pac-Man pins come alive with nostalgic music, custom animation and even unlock access to downloadable content.

Launched earlier this year, Pinfinty’s patent-pending offering takes the licensed pin category and brings it into the future by starting with pins and adding a digital layer of animation, sound and interactivity through the lens of their free Pinfinity mobile app available on Google Play and the Apple Store. They recently launched Pinfinity+, a first of its kind AR collectible pin monthly subscription service focusing first on gaming (Pinfinity+ Gaming), with additional verticals to come. Pinfinity+ Gaming celebrates the fandom behind some of the most iconic gaming franchises in history. Their first Pinfinity+ Gaming theme, set to drop in November, features CAPCOM’s “Street Fighter” franchise.

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