Little Orbit and NAMCO BANDAI Games to expand distribution agreement on 2014 lineup for Europe and Australasia
Little Orbit, a worldwide video game publisher, and NAMCO BANDAI NAMCO Games, leading video game publisher, developer and distributor, announced today that they have entered into an agreement for the distribution of Little Orbit’s 2014 lineup in Europe and Australasia. Little Orbit’s comprehensive portfolio of console and handheld titles has more than doubled since 2013.

In 2013, NAMCO BANDAI Games Europe handled the distribution of Little’s Orbit’s multi-platform portfolio including Monster High® 13 Wishes, Barbie® Dreamhouse Party and Young Justice Legacy®. Following a successful distribution of the portfolio, the companies have decided to partner once again for the distribution of Little Orbit’s 2014 lineup. Little Orbit will be announcing its full line up of licensed products throughout the Spring of 2014.

“A long-term distribution partnership is the perfect description of our relationship with Little Orbit. We are proud to establish such a trusting and solid relationship with one of the best partners one can dream of. We are really thrilled to extend our collaboration once again, as our plans and upcoming games will be top-notch!” said Alberto González Lorca, VP Third Parties, NAMCO BANDAI Games Europe.

“We look for distribution partners that bring extra value to our creative products with solid retail relationships and local feet-on-the-ground support. Over the last two years, NAMCO BANDAI Games has consistently exceeded our expectations,” said Matthew Scott, CEO of Little Orbit. “Our 2014 line up is our most impressive yet, and Little Orbit is committed to the retail space more than ever. We are confident that NAMCO BANDAI’s team is the best partner to help us continue expanding in the European market.”

For more information about NAMCO BANDAI Games and its entire line up, please visit the NAMCO BANDAI Games Europe official website at For more details on the Little Orbit product portfolio, visit
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