Cartoon Network And Nintendo Partner For We Bare Bears Themed Marketing Campaign

Cartoon Network And Nintendo Partner For We Bare Bears Themed Marketing Campaign

Cartoon Network And Nintendo Partner For We Bare Bears Themed Marketing Campaign

Major Japanese video-game company – Nintendo has partnered with Cartoon Network USA for a marketing campaign to help promote games for their latest video games console – the Nintendo Switch. Nintendo has uploaded videos onto its YouTube channel featuring the three tech and social media loving bears – Grizzy, Panda and Ice Bear from We Bare Bears trying out two of Nintendo’s newest games – the unusual motion control boxing game ARMS and the fun multiplayer ink-splat shooter – Splatoon 2. The Nintendo Switch is a hybrid game console, it can be used as as portable device or as a conventional console. Much like Cartoon Network, Nintendo is known for its family-friendly entertainment, making it an ideal partnership. Remember, games are supposed to be fun, please don’t be a sore loser like Nom Nom. 😀

Personally, as a Nintendo Switch owner and a Cartoon Network fan, the advertising campaign is pretty cool. 🙂

Punch Like a Bear With ARMS! : We Bare Bears – Nintendo Switch

Grizzy, Panda and Ice Bear play ARMS, Nintendo’s latest motion control boxing game:

ARMS Bear Tips!: We Bare Bears – Nintendo Switch

Tips on how to play ARMS, featuring the bears:

Splatoon 2: Turf War Bear Tips!: We Bare Bears – Nintendo Switch

Tips on how to play Splatoon 2, featuring the bears:

Bears Battle for Turf In Splatoon 2!: We Bare Bears – Nintendo Switch

Grizzy, Panda and Ice Bear battle against Nom Nom in an ink splat turf war:

Splatoon 2: Salmon Run Bear Tips!: We Bare Bears – Nintendo Switch

Tips on how to play Splatoon’s Salmon Run co-op mode, featuring the bears.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGIY_O-8vW4rfX98KlMkvRg

http://www.cartoonnetwork.com/video/we-bare-bears/

http://www.nintendo.com

Cartoon Network UK Not Really The Cartoon Network News Competition

Cartoon Network UK Not Really The Cartoon Network News Competition

Cartoon Network UK Not Really The Cartoon Network News Competition

Not Really The Cartoon Network News anchorman – Miles Long, is looking for a new correspondent for the show, because his other reporters couldn’t cope with all the technical issues caused by the malfunctioning datacles, Miles himself is having a hard time and the Gloforms are doing their best to fix the visual and audio glitches. To take part in the competition, upload a video or submit a job application form explaining why you would make an awesome news correspondent on the Not Really The Cartoon Network News competition page on the Cartoon Network UK website (http://www.cartoonnetworkgloforms.co.uk).

The first place winner will win a trip to London for two people (yourself and a parent) to guest star as a correspondent in a brand new news bulletin/Clarks Gloforms advert at the CNN International Studios in London (where Not Really The Cartoon Network News is actually recorded). The first place winner will also win an Apple iPad Mini 2 and a pair of Clarks Gloforms sports shoes. The news bulletin/Clarks Gloforms advert will air on Cartoon Network UK and Boomerang UK sometime between 21st and 29th October (October Half Term). Ten runner-ups will win a Cartoon Network goodie bag and a pair of Clarks Gloforms sports shoes.

To enter the competition you must be under 16 years old, and you must ask your parent or guardian for permission. If it’s a video entry, your parent must feature at the start of the video and state: “I am (insert name) and I am the (insert parent/guardian) of (insert child’s name) and I agree to the terms and conditions”.

Competition closes Sunday 10th September, terms and conditions can be read via the link on the submission form.

http://www.cartoonnetworkgloforms.co.uk

Cartoon Network MENA Partners With MeMob For App Monetization

Cartoon Network MENA Partners With MeMob For App Monetization

Cartoon Network MENA Partners With MeMob For App Monetization

Turner MENAGC (Middle East, North Africa, Turkey, Greece and Cyprus) along with its current ad sales agency, ATL Media, have teamed up with MeMob (owned by Mediaquest) to represent mobile app ad sales in the region. Turner currently has 52 apps that are available for fans living in the region, with a total of more than four million downloads between January and April this year. Top downloaded apps include We Bare Bears’ Free Fur All with 934,000 downloads and The Powerpuff Girls’ “Glitch Fixers” with 722,000 total downloads. According to a 2016 Kids Compass study from Turner, kids are increasingly using smartphones and tablets as a method to access entertainment such as apps and games, 62% of children use smartphones and 56% use tablets, the popularity of Cartoon Network’s mobile games has made it worthwhile for Turner to consider mobile advertising as an extra revenue stream.

Along with its existing agreement with ATL Media, Turner already offers advertising on Cartoon Network Arabic’s digital services, including social networking sites and websites.

Tarek Mounir, vice president and general manager Turkey, MENA, Greece & Cyprus made this statement regarding the mobile advertising deal:

“As a leader in the children’s entertainment industry, Turner is always striving to reach fans beyond the traditional viewing experience by continuously delivering innovative and creative content that is not limited to a single channel. Our agreement with MeMob, the experts in mobile ad sales, provides an opportunity for our clients to communicate creatively through our mobile applications. As we are constantly working to keep an up-to-date eye on the latest trends in technology, we recognized the need to go mobile and reach audiences in a new and creative way through Cartoon Network’s apps, following global standards to produce and select child-friendly content. As part of our efforts to cater to a highly tech-savvy generation, this is a natural evolution of our current ad sales offering, helping us deliver a fully integrated 360 approach”

Rosy Kachouh, general manager of Dotmena and MeMob also added:

“It is with great enthusiasm that we have partnered with Turner and ATL Media. Gamification is a big business online and Turner has gone far in mastering it. Our team will help Turner monetize their gaming mobile apps through our regional presence and digital advertising expertise.”

ATL Media’s representative, Mukund Cairae said:

“We will continue to represent Turner across all other products in the Mena region and are excited about the new partnership and its growth prospect for Turner. We are thrilled that they will be offering a new and unique way to reach consumers.”

https://www.tradearabia.com/news/MEDIA_326917.html