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PMI and Epic Games partner for Fortnite stationary collectables

P.M.I. has secured a new partnership with Epic Games to create a range of Fortnite stationary collectables.

The new Fortnite-branded collection will feature a category leading range of figural stationary items and additional complimentary products.

"Fortnite is a global gaming phenomenon and a major cultural milestone. P.M.I. intends to leverage its dedication, passion and rich experience to create a state of the art product line," said Boaz Dekel, CEO and founder of PMI.

"We are very proud of the Fortnite global license and to be working with Epic. P.M.I. will ensure the distribution of products in all markets covered by our license."

Launching in early 2019, P.M.I.’s Fortnite collection will be available for purchase at retailers around the world.

Fortnite is the action building game from Epic Games that lets you drop into a massive 100-player PvP Battle Royale or team up with friends in a co-op campaign to Save The World against a horde of monsters.

Craft and loot in giant worlds where no two games are ever the same. Fortnite Battle Royale is free and available on PC, Mac, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, iOS and Android.

The partnership was brokered by IMG, Fortnite’s exclusive worldwide agency for consumer products licensing.

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