Funko Picks Indie Game ‘Sally Face’ for Licensing Deal

Brand Central connects Funko and “Sally Face” for a new line of collectibles.

License Global

August 12, 2019

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Brand Central has brokered a deal between Indie horror video game “Sally Face” and Funko.

The partnership will include a full collection of pop culture collectibles including Funko x “Sally Face”-branded vinyl figures, plush, cereal and enamel pins. The products will provide global “Sally Face” fans the first collectible products available for the franchise.

"We're thrilled to partner with Funko on ‘Sally Face’ as our endlessly passionate and increasingly growing fan base has been craving ‘Sally Face’ products.” Says Steve Gabry, creator, Sally Face. “We're confident that they'll translate the mystery and excitement of ‘Sally Face’ into the next amazing collectibles."

“Sally Face” follows the story of Sal Fisher, a boy with a prosthetic face and a tragic past, as he and his father move into the Addison Apartments in the wake of a mysterious murder. The game has achieved global success with playthroughs and fan videos on YouTube exceeding 100 million views, more than 180,000 game downloads and social media engagement from fans across the world.

Brand Central inked a deal to represent "Sally Face" for licensing opportunities earlier this year.

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