Sneak peek at AsmoFair – The Toy Fair Edition 360° virtual stand tour

Published on: 14th January 2021

AsmoFair – The Toy Fair Edition is the third iteration of Asmodee’s pioneering virtual trade show, featuring a 360-degree tour of a fully built show stand.

AsmoFair – The Toy Fair Edition, which is the third edition of the company’s virtual show, runs from 17th-23rd January, with over 300 hours of meetings offered. These include evening and weekend slots in order to accommodate retailers’ needs – and prospective attendees can get a glimpse of what’s in store with a video preview on the virtual stand below. Interested parties can also head to for more information or to book a meeting.

Over 550 products are set up on the stand, giving attendees the opportunity to see what stands out while being guided through by Asmodee’s friendly and knowledgeable sales team.

It’s also now easier than ever for buyers find the perfect products from Asmodee thanks to the launch of its 2021 catalogue in print and online. Updated to showcase exciting new products including new licensed Dobble editions, The Sock Game and Loopy Loopers, this easily browsable catalogue offers a guide through Asmodee’s key ranges such as Modern Classics, Quick-Play Games and Party Games plus trading card games such as the Pokémon Trading Card Game, strategy games, accessories and much more besides.

Ideal for picking out products on which to find more information at AsmoFair, the Asmodee 2021 catalogue can be found at the company’s website here.

Preview the AsmoFair stand on YouTube below.


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