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Fanattik strengthens its partnership with Capcom

Pop culture specialist, Fanattik has renewed and expanded its collaboration with Capcom.

The new agreement covers collectables, gifting and barware featuring iconic titles from the Street Fighter, Resident Evil and Monster Hunter series.

“With our eye on global expansion, Fanattik is excited to be able to offer our Capcom ranges to not only retailers in the UK and mainland Europe, but due to this agreement, now also gift and gaming retailers in additional territories such as Russia, Australasia and MENA,” commented md, Anthony Marks (pictured).

This year has seen Capcom release Monster Hunter Rise for Nintendo Switch, Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin for Switch and PC. Capcom also published Resident Evil Village for PlayStation5, PlayStation4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Steam and Stadia.

Fanattik’s video games portfolio also includes other global studios such as Microsoft and Bethesda.

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