New expansion features 30 Pudgy Toys, including Lil Pudgys Igloo Collectibles and Action Figures, all exclusive to Walmart.

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February 21, 2024

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Pudgy Penguins artwork.
Pudgy Penguins artwork.Pudgy Penguins

Pudgy Penguins, the IP and brand-development company behind the series of globally recognized characters, has announced its line of collectible Pudgy Toys will expand its Walmart relationship with the addition of 1,100 new locations that will carry the line and the introduction of new Walmart toy exclusives.  

“Our strategic collaboration with Walmart has allowed Pudgy Penguins to reach new heights in the consumer market,” says Luca Netz, chief executive officer, Pudgy Penguins. “The expansion into additional Walmart locations, alongside exclusive toy offerings, underscores the enduring appeal of Pudgy Penguins characters. By blending traditional digital platforms with innovative blockchain technology, we’re giving a new class of consumers tailored interactive experiences while elevating the online Web3 community.” 

Pudgy Toys will be available at 3,100 U.S. Walmart stores with new Walmart exclusives, including five collectible Pudgy figurines and 25 Lil Pudgys mystery igloos with unique Pudgy characters inside.  

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