UNO will go from a board game to a television show with four teams of contestants fighting a battle.
Revenues in the toys and games segment amounted to $ 45.517 billion that year.
The market is expected to grow annually by 2 percent (CAGR 2020-2023), according to figures from Statista.
The popular family board game whose goal is to get rid of the cards, ONENot without first shouting “one”, when there is only one face left, he is about to have his own television program.
This is an unscripted reality show that will pit four teams of contestants against each other in a battle to become the UNO champion. It will have all the elements of a game show: trivia, physical challenges, creative problem solving, and even audience participation.
UNO rules say that participants must match the cards available in their hand by color or number and play action cards that serve to turn the tide and help or harm the opponent.
It will be developed by Mattel Television with the help of Ben Silverman, Howard T. Owens, Greg Lipstone and John Quinn, the creator of the American program Let’s Make a Deal, which is also based on a game and has been on the air since the 1960s.
“UNO is the most popular game in the world and a fixture in pop culture, making it the ideal franchise to build a reality game show,” said Adam Bonnett, Executive Producer of Mattel Television.
Revenues in the segment toys and games they amount to $ 45.517 billion that year. The market is expected to grow annually by 2 percent (CAGR 2020-2023), according to figures from Statista.
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There is no release date for the next show yet, but it is a fact that the card game will morph into a competition with teams trying to win the UNO Championship. The public will participate in the recordings and the program will feature physical tests and also questions and answers.
Mattel maintains the rage for the board game because it is one of its star products; in fact, the world’s leading games company has released exciting versions of the original game, such as the Braille version of its popular board game, to allow visually impaired or partially sighted people to have fun.
This version of UNO is available for about $ 10 and has a Braille system on the front and back of each of the cards, so that players can read the color of the number and the instructions on each card as to “reverse.” or “skip”