Egmont Publishing launches Download magazine

The new publication focuses on video games, toys-to-life products, apps, YouTubers and streaming.
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Children’s publisher Egmont Publishing has announced the launch of Download magazine, the latest title in the firm’s All About series.

The latest publication features some of the most popular digital brands around, focusing on everything from video games, toys-to-life products, apps, YouTubers and streaming, with each issue delivering an interactive package with every issue.

“We are delighted to be launching Download," said Siobhan Galvin, publishing director of Toxic magazine.

"Bringing the Toxic editorial team’s unparalleled knowledge of the children’s market to this brand-new magazine is sure to be a hit with the readers."

The first issue of the new magazine reveals 40 LEGO game secrets, plus an exclusive interview with YouTube star TheDiamondMinecart and guides to Mario Kart 8 and LEGO Jurassic World.

Cally Poplak, managing director of Egmont Publishing UK, added: “Download reflects what our consumer insight shows: digital is transforming children’s publishing but not in the way people expect, because children are still hungry and passionate for print.

"Following the media storm whipped up by Oh My Vlog!, what will Twitter make of Download, the next Egmont magazine to showcase our expertise when it comes to curating digital content that reflects the interests and passions for today’s readers.”

Download magazine is on sale from today, priced at £3.99 aimed at children aged six to 12 years old.

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