Toy company Spin Master has launched today the first of its officially licensed League of Legends products including a range of action figures.
The Fall 2021 League of Legends Collection consists of 6″ Collector Figures, priced at $19.99 each. These ‘collector grade six-inch figures feature sculpted and deco, premium paint and plastic and a material finish’.
They also includes 18+ points of articulation and pose-ability with accessories and a figure base. Champions include Thresh and Zed (pictured, left and right respectively).
Then there are 4″ Core Figures, priced at $9.99 each. These four-inch scale core figures feature a figure base and 12+ points of articulation. Champions in this line include Darius, Yasuo and Jinx.
Lastly there’s a 4″ Core Figures 5-Pack, priced at $49.99. These four-inch figures also have 12+ points of articulation and the five-pack includes Ekko, Caitlyn, Heimerdinger, Vi and an exclusive version of Jinx.
The figures are targeted at fans aged 12 and above.
Spin Master is the global master toy licensee for Riot Games’ League of Legends, which means the toy company has the license to produce official toys for the game.
Esports News UK has asked a Riot spokesperson for UK availability and prices and will update this article when we hear back.
To mark the occasion, Spin Master teamed up with two renowned toy photographers, Mitchel Wu and Jax Navarro, to create imagery to honour the champions.
“We are honoured to debut the first of our League of Legends collection, delivering to fans their favorite champions in action figure form and bringing the excitement of the renowned game to the toy aisle,” said Chris Beardall, Spin Master’s president of toys and chief commercial officer.
“Our assortment of core and collector figures deliver innovation, meticulous attention to detail and enhanced collectability for the massive international League of Legends fan base both on and offline – and this is just the beginning.”
Ashley Maidy, head of global consumer products at Riot Games, added: “Our mission is to make it better to be a player. This involves extending the joy of our League of Legends IP into the real world through a variety of products including toys and collectibles. We are excited for players to see more of the Spin Master collection in the coming months.”
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