Mattel Inc.’s Fisher-Price Inc. subsidiary and ESPN said Tuesday that they will team up to produce the "ESPN GameStation," a six-in-one indoor game center.
The GameStation lets kids play 21 electronic arcade-style games featuring baseball, basketball, football, hockey, golf and soccer, Fisher-Price said.
It includes two footballs, two basketballs and two baseballs, as well as a golf ball, soccer ball, hockey puck, golf putter and hockey stick. Sound effects and popular music help to build the ultimate game experience.
The ESPN GameStation will be available in August, Fisher-Price said.