Mega Brands responds to criticism over Call of Duty licence agreement
Canadian toy maker Mega Brands' licensing deal with Activision, the video games publisher behind the widely successful game series Call of Duty, has come under fire from advocacy groups and politicians amid concerns that the partnership exposes children to adult content. The company has hit back at the criticism, but the debate highlights some of the issues that can arise when licence strategies become reality.
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