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Jazwares to distribute FGTeeV toy line in the UK

Published on: 4th November 2019

Product will hit the shelves of toy retailers this month, before going mass-market in January. 

The FGTeeV toy line from Bonkers Toys is based on the popular YouTube channel, which has over 18m subscribers and 17b views to date. At the heart of the FGTeeV brand, the FV Family’s energy and enthusiasm is truly contagious. Video games and original characters come to life as Duddy and the kids perform silly skits and entertain viewers with custom music videos.

Toy sales have enjoyed a strong start in the USA, and Jazwares will be distributing the line in the UK, with product reaching the shelves of toy specialists this month and the mass market in January 2020.

Jonny Taylor, Jazwares UK managing director, says: “We are thrilled to be working with Bonkers on FGTeeV. The product line is irreverent and compelling, and based on the brand’s strength we are confident it will be a huge hit with its dedicated fan base.”

The FGTeeV family includes Duddy, the kids, and the whole cast of animated characters featured on their channels. FUNnel Boy, Derpy Bacon, Meggz, Postal Jenkins, and many others have been brought to life with the new range of collectibles, squishies and posable figures available in 2” to 6″ scale. The hero item is the FGTeeV Giant TeeV, packed full of figures, collectibles and exclusive accessories.

For sales enquiries please contact UKSales@Jazwares.com or call 0203 598 0272.

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