Future and Panini expand publishing deal

LONDON - Future, the special interest publisher, has extended its partnership with Panini to create a further three editions of Girl Gamer - the games magazine for girls.

Since launching Girl Gamer in November 2007, as an extension of Future's Official Nintendo Magazine, the 32-page title has increased its print run of 340,000 copies.

The title covers the Nintendo DS and Wii consoles for females aged 10 to 16-years-old.
 
Under the new deal, Future will produce a summer holiday-focused issue and two pre-Christmas issues - to be published in September and November.

Girl Gamer will continue to be carried with issues of Panini's monthly title, Bliss, aimed at 12 to 16-year-old girls, and the fortnightly Mizz, targeting 10 to 14-year-old girls.

In addition, a new digital e-zine will be made available from the Bliss, Mizz and Official Nintendo Magazine websites, offering an additional reach of 600,000 unique users a month.

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