Konami has signed new agreements for licensed products to celebrate the anniversary. | Source: Konami Cross Media NY

It might be hard to believe, but next year marks the 25th anniversary of the Yu-Gi-Oh! trading card game (TCG) and exclusive, celebratory merch is on the way. 

Konami Cross Media NY has signed new licensing agreements that will bring an array of licensed products to market to celebrate the milestone anniversary, ranging from apparel and accessories to streetwear to metallic posters.

Coming off a successful collaboration with Adidas Originals that kicked off the anniversary celebration, these new licensing deals include agreements with Ripple Junction, Displate Metal Posters, and Youtooz.

Ripple Junction’s products will include Yu-Gi-Oh! T-shirts; fleece; fashion tops; bottoms; sleep and loungewear items; and a number of accessories, such as headwear, socks, throw blankets, bags, boxer shorts, and cellphone accessories. This collection will be available in the U.S. and Canada.

Displate will offer a selection of metal wall art posters featuring Yu-Gi-Oh imagery. These products will be available worldwide, excluding Asia, from Displate’s official brand shop.

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Youtooz is also getting in on the Yu-Gi-Oh! anniversary action by recreating memorable moments from the fandom with a collection of figures based on memes. A selection of limited-edition Yu-Gi-Oh! figures are available to preorder now and include the characters Seto Kaiba, Dark Magician, a Blue Eyes White Dragon, and Yami Yugi.

These Yu-Gi-Oh! products will launch later this year and throughout the anniversary celebration.

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