Indie horror game franchise “Sally Face” has inked a deal with Brand Central for licensing representation.

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May 17, 2019

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Indie horror game franchise “Sally Face” has inked a deal with Brand Central for licensing representation.

Developed by Steve Gabry, “Sally Face” is an episodic horror game that follows the mysteries surrounding the main character, Sally, as she moves into a new apartment complex. Brand Central is currently searching for licensees for the game series across all consumer product categories.

The game has found success in the gaming community with more than 150,000 downloads since its launch. Fans of the series have also taken to creating fan videos that delve into the game’s mysteries and scary gameplay.

“We are looking forward to working with such an original and beloved brand and building it into a successful consumer products program,” says Ross Misher, chief executive officer, Brand Central. “With such a huge fan base, amazing characters and rich content, there is a huge pent up demand for merchandise across all product categories.”

Brand Central has experience in the gaming space, currently representing a variety of video game franchises and influencers.

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