Spin Master to Purchase 4D Brands International

Spin Master to Purchase 4D Brands International

Spin Master (TSX: TOY) is the Toronto, Canada-based children’s and entertainment company that has acquired 4D Brands International, a Canadian firm that constructs puzzles.

The value of the deal wasn’t made public.

The acquisition is due to be completed on January 20, 2023. Spin Master will bolster its position in the game and puzzle category, allowing for growth across the globe. After the closing, the founder 4D Puzzles’ founder 4D Puzzles, Shaun Sakdinan, will join Spin Master as Senior Director of Design in Toronto, Ontario.

4D Brands International provides a distinctive collection of 3D model kits which allow puzzlers to construct iconic models of famous historic landmarks, pop-culture elements, and film memorabilia. Break frame model kits come with distinct features. They are now high-end collectibles for fans of epic franchises like Star Wars, Disney, Harry Potter, Marvel Universe, DC Comics, and many more licenses from the A+ series.

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Directed by the CEO Max Rangel, Spin Master is a company for children’s entertainment that creates fun experiences through its three creative centers: Toys, Entertainment, and Digital Games. With more than 100 nations, Spin Master is known for its brands PAW Patrol, Bakugan, Kinetic Sand, Air Hogs, Hatchimals, Rubik’s Cube, and GUND, and it is the worldwide toy licensee for other well-known brands.

Spin Master Entertainment creates and produces engaging multiplatform content through its in-house studio and collaborations with external creators, such as the preschool-themed franchise PAW Patrol and numerous other original series, short-form shows, and feature films.

Chris Evan was born in Dubai and raised in Montreal. He studied Computer Science and was so pleased with computer languages. He began writing after obsessing over technology.

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