"Fantasy Patrol" received the "Main heroes" award

September 1, 2018, the winners of the national children's prize "Main Heroes - 2018" were announced in Moscow. "Fantasy Patrol" became the winner in the nomination "Best Russian animated series". Recall that in 2018, the series has already been awarded 4 "Multimir" prizes and the highest award from the Myshkin city "Golden Mouse" for its contribution to the promotion of the city and the enhancement of its tourist status.

The "Main Heroes" award was first held in 2017 and determined the best children's projects and the main children's heroes of 2017. Several tens of thousands of children from all over Russia took part in the voting. About a thousand star guests with children, including representatives of show business, actors and directors, visited the awarding ceremony, and about 2.5 million people watched the TV version of the award.

The story of "Fantasy Patrol" takes place in the mystical town of Fableton, filled with magical heroes, unusual adventures, and thrilling wonders. The citizens think that it is all just a spectacle for tourists. But it is not the same for our heroes! Four average young girls filled with energy, bravery, and superpowers, get into endless adventures while trying to balance the world of fairies within the human one. Valery is the sassy leader, Mary the brainy one, Snowy the whimsical dreamer, and Helena the girl with dynamite energy. Although they're different, through their genuine relationships and modern gadgets, they monitor the magical mayhem which pops up amongst ordinary citizens, conquering any mission in their agenda together.

The premiere of the series was held in May 2016 on Russian TV channels "MOOLT", "ANI" and "Tlum HD". Its television audience in Russia has tens of millions of people. The cartoon became one of the main hits of 2016 on the Youtube service.

To date, the series has been translated into more than 10 languages and captures the hearts of viewers on all continents. In 2020, the release of a full-length film "The True Story of Koschei" based on the universe of the series.

Three games for iOS and Android were created based on the story of the cartoon by Interactive Moolt publishing house.