Topps announces WWE Slam Attax Universe

Published on: 3rd July 2019

The new edition of Topps’ popular trading card game has a new card design and updated WWE roster.

Topps has revealed details of its new WWE Slam Attax range, which is available from autumn. The trading card game (TGC) features an eye-catching new card design and an updated roster of WWE superstars, including AJ Styles, Brock Lesnar, Daniel Bryan, and Becky Lynch (‘The Man’) are all featured, along with many more.

Collectors can look out for foil subsets of WWE Champions, Hall of Fame cards and new relic cards featuring event used Steel Chairs, Ladders and Ring Mats. The Multipack and Mini Tin also offer the chance to find a Gold, Silver or Bronze Limited Edition card.

Louise Ramplin, senior marketing manager at Topps, commented: “WWE Slam Attax is always one of our most anticipated releases each year and really demonstrates how strong the WWE brand continues to be in the UK market. We’ve received tremendous support from retail for this release and have extensive marketing activations planned, including a national newspaper campaign, floor display units, branded point of sale and digital content. We’re sure that fans of all ages will be eager to get their hands on this awesome card set.”

WWE Slam Attax Universe releases 8th August. Starter packs retail at £5 and include a collector binder plus a Limited Edition card in each pack. Multipacks, containing five packets, retail at £5, and Mini Tins are sold at £6. Individual packets retail at £1.


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