Toxic magazine launches special gaming issue
Egmont Publishing, the UK’s biggest children’s specialist publisher, is pleased to announce a Gaming Special from the UK’s number one boys’ magazine, Toxic.
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Maintaining its reputation for covering exactly what its 40,000 engaged readers want, Toxic magazine is proud to present a special gaming issue, harnessing the latest gaming trends and best brands in the children’s market. From exclusive Fortnite coverage to the latest gaming news and the opportunity to win one of nearly 50 competition prizes… Toxic’s latest offering really is a gaming MEGA-zine.
The Gaming Issue comes in a collectable, exclusive envelope package STUFFED with gaming goodies, including the Official Minecraft Medieval Fortress build guide worth £12.99, crazy Crash Bandicoot stickers, a Poké Ball… and an 80-card Fortnite quiz game!
By curating the brands kids know and love, Toxic succeeds in attracting and engaging even the most reluctant of readers. We recognise how well our trend-led gaming coverage transfers to print and acts as an extension of the highest-profile games, maximising the potential Toxic has to introduce our audience to the benefits of reading for pleasure.
Toxic #313 goes on sale 17th October, priced at £5.99.
Egmont Publishing Own Brand Publisher, Rahela Begum, said of the release of Toxic #313: ‘We are thrilled to be presenting this unique and exclusive issue of Toxic which harnesses the latest trends in both the children’s and gaming market. Our unrivalled reach and expertise ensures Toxic remains the first-choice boys’ magazine for both readers and partners.’