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Monopoly Just Got Personal

27 August 2014
For immediate release.


MY MONOPOLY
Make YOUR own game!

The world’s favourite property trading game is getting personal in 2014. Now you can customize your own Monopoly game at home, in minutes!

Using the My Monopoly App or Website, you can easily create your own personalized Monopoly game by customizing property spaces, game tokens, Chance Cards and Community Chest Cards to include your favourite people, places and things. You can gather your images from Facebook, Instagram, Shutterfly, Flickr or your personal devices, upload them to the app and print them out on your personalized My Monopoly game stickers. Just stick them onto the game pieces and position them as you choose around the My Monopoly game board and you’re ready to play!

As we all wonder what to gift Dad this coming Fathers Day or our Friend on their next birthday, Monopoly has made the solution easy with the new My Monopoly. Bring your favourite and funniest memories to life as you create your own My Monopoly game experience.

Monopoly first hit shop shelves in 1935 – and since then has been played by more than 500M people. Today it is played in 111 countries and enjoyed in 43 different languages.

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