MGA Entertainment (Micro-Games America Entertainment) is a manufacturer of childrens toys and entertainment products founded in 1979. Its products include the Bratz fashion doll line, Bratzillaz, Lalaloopsy, Mooshka, Moxie Girlz, Moxie Teenz, BFC and Vi and Va. MGA also owns The Little Tikes Company. MGA is headquartered at 16300 Roscoe Boulevard in the Lake Balboa area of the San Fernando Valley region of Los Angeles, California, United States. Introduced in 2001, Bratz is MGAs most successful product line, with various spin-offs from the original teenage dolls, including miniature versions (Lil' Bratz), kid versions (Bratz Kidz) baby dolls (Bratz Babyz), pets (Bratz Petz), tiny baby dolls with pets (Lil Angelz), two feature films (Bratz: The Movie and Bratz Girlz Really Rock) and numerous DVDs and soundtracks. Because of the lawsuit brought by Mattel against MGA in 2008, the Bratz Kidz and Bratz Lil Angelz were renamed "4*Ever Kidz" before their eventual discontinuation. In 2009, a new doll line named Moxie Girlz was introduced. These Moxie girlz are similar, but legally distinct, from the Bratz line of dolls. This is to circumvent the ruling from the lawsuit described below.