Monopoly plans to release special Scottsdale edition

Makers of the traditional board recreation desires Scottsdale residents to submit concepts on which native properties needs to be included within the new edition of Monopoly.

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Taliesin West or Camelback Inn may probably be up on the market quickly — not in the actual world, however within the emblematic world that is made potential by certainly one of America’s favourite board video games. 

Hasbro and Top Trumps USA are creating a brand new edition of Monopoly that may happen within the metropolis of Scottsdale.  

The traditional recreation that teaches all the basics of aggressive capitalism will change its well-known Boardwalk and Atlantic City squares and change them with native landmarks recognizable to inhabitants of “The West’s Most Western Town.” 

To guarantee this edition of Monopoly precisely represents the town, creators are accepting concepts from Scottsdale residents on which areas needs to be included on the sport board. 

“From bustling nightlife to legendary art galleries and everything in between, we are excited to create an accurate portrayal of what the Valley and visitors love about Scottsdale,” mentioned Katie Hubbard, a consultant of Top Trumps USA.

Monopoly Scottsdale is anticipated to debut in January 2023 and might be obtainable to purchase on-line or in shops.

Public submissions and business inquiries might be despatched to [email protected] for consideration.

Parker Brothers launched its first model of the Monopoly recreation again within the Thirties and it has since been redeveloped right into a numerous variety of editions.

Monopoly has beforehand created an Arizona edition of the sport that included notable landmarks just like the Colorado River, Hoover Dam, and Lake Powell.

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