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Wrebbit announces Game of Thrones deal

Published on: 29th November 2018

The 3D puzzle maker has is announced a new two-year, worldwide licensing agreement with HBO Licencing and Retail.

The deal will see Wrebbit produce and market puzzles of some of the most beloved landmarks from the blockbuster Game of Thrones television series.

Internationally renowned for its Wrebbit 3D puzzles based on the Wizarding World (Harry Potter) franchise, this new deal brings new business to Wrebbit’s already-booming production facility in eastern Montreal. All Wrebbit 3D puzzles are 100% designed and made in Quebec, with the Game of Thrones agreement expected to further bolster business with the company’s annual sales and international market penetration.

Jean Théberge, president of Wrebbit Puzzles, commented: “We’ve always enjoyed a significant presence on the international market, especially in Europe. Now with the CETA agreement and our logistics hub in Antwerp, Belgium, this will ensure a wider and even timelier distribution of Wrebbit 3D Game of Thrones puzzles worldwide, prior to the upcoming Season 8 of the series.”

Wrebbit is in the design process for the first two Game of Thrones puzzle models of Winterfell and Red Keep, slated for market in early 2019, just in time for the lead-up to the much-anticipated final season of the series later in the year in April. These models will include Wrebbit’s trademark high-definition graphics, featuring striking realism and the company’s tongue-and-groove technology which allows the pieces to interlock and assemble effortlessly.

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