Arcane Wonders Partners with PSI
Today, Arcane Wonders is pleased to announce a partnership regarding the launch of a sales and fulfillment program with Publisher Services, Inc. (PSI), a leading supplier of quality games, toys, books, and collectibles, . Through this partnership PSI will be the exclusive sales and operations team responsible for Arcane Wonders sales, warehousing and shipping to all North American markets and International Hobby.
Arcane Wonders product will be available from PSI effective immediately. “We are looking forward to expanding our relationship with Arcane Wonders into Domestic and International Hobby,” said Jerron Nanneman, VP Sales & Marketing, PSI. “The team at Arcane Wonders is doing a lot of innovative things that we are excited to help bring to market.”
“Arcane Wonders has been growing rapidly over the last year with the success of Sheriff of Nottingham and Mage Wars, including the recent release of Mage Wars Academy. We are very excited to be partnering with PSI, who we consider a world class leader in the industry, to continue that growth both for our games and our community.” said Scott Morris, Vice President of Business Development. “Having established a strong relationships with PSI recently, working together in the book and trade market, this move offers us the opportunity to serve all of our customers in the best ways possible. We are very much looking forward to a bright future together.”
PSI (www.pubservinc.com) is a game and toy sales and operations company helping manufacturers place their products in the hobby market, specialty toy and game retail channels and mass market. PSI is headquartered in Atlanta, GA.
Arcane Wonders, LLC, (www.arcanewonders.com) is one of the hottest board game publishers in the industry, boasting two successful lines of games, Mage Wars and the Dice Tower Essentials. Mage Wars has players take on the role of a mage and enter either the Arena or the Academy to do combat against one another. The Dice Tower Essentials line is in partnership with noted reviewer Tom Vasel, of The Dice Tower, and are games that Tom himself feels are essential to player's collections.