Zynga signs merchandising deal with Hasbro

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Zynga announced a Hasbro partnership today that grants the merchandise giant the rights to develop toys and games based on Zynga’s games.

Merchandising is one of the key ways social and mobile game developers monetize their brands outside of games. Angry Birds is the most popular example with a wide range of plush toys and t-shirts available at most major retailers. Zynga has experimented with merchandise before via FarmVille plush toys sold at Best Buy stores.

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