Activision will also seek licensing opportunities for the “Crash Bandicoot” franchise, including “Crash Team Racing” and the newly-released “Crash Bandicoot 4 – It’s About Time” which was released in October last year.
Merchantwise Licensing will also represent Activision’s classic game series, “Spyro The Dragon,” as well as the company’s publishing titles, including three of Atari’s top 10 best-selling games of all time – “Pitfall,” “Grand Prix” and “River Raid” in the Australian and New Zealand markets.
“Merchantwise Licensing prides itself on its gaming and digital licensing expertise and we are incredibly thrilled to be welcoming Activision to our portfolio of pedigree brands,” says Kerryn McCormack, general manager, Merchantwise
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