Animasia Studio and Litt Tak, in partnership with ADK Emotion Inc and Tomy Company of Japan, unveil the highly anticipated BEYBLADE X at Asia’s largest “King of Beyblade” tournament. This epic event redefined the Beyblade experience in Asia, and took place at the Malaysia Digital Content Festival (MYDCF) from 29th September to 1st October at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre (KLCC).
Animasia Studio, one of the top renowned animation studio in Malaysia, has joined forces with Litt Tak Sdn. Bhd, the leading toy distributor in Malaysia, to create an unforgettable event. Their mission was to introduce BEYBLADE X, complete with an array of new products and merchandise, captivating both devoted enthusiasts and newcomers. This ground-breaking endeavour also includes an a grand tournament scheduled on the same day, offering attendees the chance to amass their very own BEYBALDE X collections.
The grand unveiling of BEYBLADE X was the highlight of the King of Beyblade tournament. The event welcomed YBHG. DATUK MOHAMAD FAUZI BIN MD ISA, Secretary General of the Ministry of Communication & Digital, and YANG BERUSAHA ENCIK MAHADHIR AZIZ, CEO of Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation as the guests of honour to officiate the first SEA country to launch BEYBLADE X in Malaysia!
Animasia Studio Sdn Bhd is proudly representing the famous Japanese Anime & Toy brand “BEYBLADE” for the South East Asia market as Master Licensee for Non Toy Merchandise & Tournament Event, mainly covering Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia & Brunei markets.
BEYBLADE X toys will be officially released in Malaysia starting 1st November, 2023, available in all major department stores (Aeon, Parkson, Isetan) and Toys ”R” Us.
Following the toy release, the BEYBLADE X TV series is set to premiere in Malaysia & South East Asia countries in Q2 2024, marking the beginning of what is expected to become a popular “Gear Sport” in the region. Often referred to as the “Japanese Modern gasing (spinning top),” BEYBLADE X combines skill and gadgetry, creating a new wave of excitement in Malaysia.
Source: Total Licensing