Inspired by Popular Adopt Me! Gameplay, New Toy Line Brings More Ways to Play for Millions of Fans Around the World
Jazwares today announced that it has entered into a multiyear global master toy licensing agreement with Uplift Games to create a toy line based on the popular game Adopt Me! Enjoyed by millions on the Roblox platform and playable on mobile, tablet, PC, and Xbox, Jazwares brings the excitement of Adopt Me out of the Metaverse and into the physical world.
The Adopt Me experience creates opportunities for players to explore a family-friendly online world where they can build and decorate houses, adopt over 200 cute pets, and use in-game tools to create their own emergent fun with friends. With over 28 billion visits and a record breaking 1.9 million peak concurrent users on Roblox, Adopt Me is the platformâ€™s most popular and successful game of all time with billions of lifetime plays.
â€œOur unparalleled expertise in bringing Metaverse IP to life coupled with Uplift Gamesâ€™ smash hit Adopt Me brings a new evolution for Jazwares as we continue to innovate the future of playâ€Sam Ferguson, Vice President of Licensing at Jazwares
â€œOur unparalleled expertise in bringing Metaverse IP to life coupled with Uplift Gamesâ€™ smash hit Adopt Me brings a new evolution for Jazwares as we continue to innovate the future of play,â€ said Sam Ferguson, Vice President of Licensing at Jazwares. â€œFans are going to love our in-game inspired figures and playsets featuring an array of pets, accessories, and more that authentically expand the Adopt Me experience beyond digital.â€
Set to launch at retailers and online in Spring 2023, Jazwares has licensing rights to design, manufacture, and market a full line of toys across various categories for the popular property, inspired by adorable pets in the magical world of Adopt Me on Roblox.
“Adopt Me has captivated millions of players around the world in the Metaverse since 2017. We’re excited to partner with Jazwares to bring players new ways to create their own future nostalgia in the physical world in addition to the virtual world,” said Sophie Sirera, Director at Uplift Games.