How the team behind Black Card Revoked is shaking up the toys and games industry

The team behind the popular card games Black Card Revoked, Latino Card Revoked and Girls Night Out wants to change the toys and games industry for the better.

The Columbus card game company, Cards for All People, says there’s a strong market for games that are inclusive and representative of the increasingly diverse U.S. population. Their own sales – about $2 million annually – prove that, said cofounder Jay Bobo.

“We think the future of toys and games will be a culturally relevant one,” Bobo said. “There are all these populations who are underserved. How do we develop products that are for us, that are low cost, but provide value by creating new memories?”

The problem is there’s still not enough games like that on the retail shelves.

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