CMON has announced that its products will be exclusively distributed in English-speaking Canada by Universal Distribution, effective immediately.  Universal has warehouses in Montreal and near Vancouver, and will be opening a warehouse in the Toronto area soon.

“Universal has played an integral role in the rebranding of CMON and reestablishing a closer relationship with retailers in Canada,” CMON Sales Director Jules Vautour said. 

CMON recently cut its distributor roster in the U.S. down to three companies:  Alliance Game Distributors, ACD Distribution, and Peachstate Hobby Distribution.

Publisher Services, Inc. has announced that it will perform worldwide sales and logistics services for Pandasaurus Games beginning immediately.  “”[W]e cannot think of a better partner than PSI to help us bring our diverse and varied titles to all sorts of new eyes,” Pandasaurus Managing Director Molly Wardlaw said of new deal.

Pandasaurus recently ended its relationship with IDW Games, which began in 2013 (see “IDW Partners with Pandasaurus Games”) , IDW COO Greg Goldstein told ICv2, but IDW will continue to publish the games on which the two companies collaborated, such as Machi Koro.

Pandasaurus will release Wasteland Express Delivery Service, Red Scare, and Dinosaur Island (see “Pandasaurus Heads for ‘Dinosaur Island’) this fall.