By 28 July 2010 | Categories: news


Sony PlayStation branding is coming to a t-shirt, cap and belt buckle near you soon.  
According to Quick Jump Network, Sony Computer Entertainment has announced a new logo licensing program that will seek to have other manufacturers producing a range of lifestyle products ranging from PlayStation accessories through to clothing items.
The PlayStation Logo Licensing Program is a new initiative by the Japanese company, which will enable licensees to create products around the PlayStation logos. Any number of lifestyle products including clothing attire, PlayStation accessories, household items etc. can be created.
There is currently over 123 PlayStation peripherals and accessories from 45 licensees that have been registered for the program through which Sony hopes to make the brand more accessible to the public at large.


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