With the NHL All-Star Game finishing up this weekend, Rovio has added two week-long hockey-themed tournaments to Angry Birds Friends. What makes these tournaments unique from the norm, however, is that they also feature a new playable character. Show More Summary
Despite challenges, Rovio continues to expand its business horizons. Rovio, developer of the Angry Birds franchise, is swapping egg-pinching pigs for teen angst with its latest venture: A series of pirate-themed novels that the Finnish company will publish by early next year. Read Full Story
Finnish game studio Rovio, known for its hit mobile game franchise Angry Birds, now has its sights set on young readers. The company is publishing author Mintie Das’ novel The Sinking World late this year. Part of a series called Storm...Show More Summary
Angry Birds developer Rovio has announced Storm Sisters, a series of young-adult fiction books starring a quintet of 11-17 year-old girls. Written by Helsinki-based author Mintie Das, the first novel in the franchise will be published by Rovio in late 2015 or early 2016, The Guardian reports. Show More Summary
Felicis Ventures, a small company (for Silicon Valley) has had some notable investments: Twitch, the video game streaming service that was sold to Amazon, and Rovio, the maker of the Angry Birds video game.
Despite being one of the most iconic gaming brands out there, Rovio, the creator of Angry Birds has now announced …
Icebreaker: Viking Voyage (Universal) has gone free on the App Store. Once part of the Rovio Stars publishing, it’s now a stand alone app from Nitrome. And well worth the download either way.
Rovio and Chimera Entertainment have released the hounds! No…wait I mean Birds! Angry Birds Epic has gotten a shiny new PVP mode, so now you can crush your friends with your bird army. The pigs are taking a break from the beatings to watch the birds fight it out on “Terence’s ship” docked on the […] The post It’s Bird vs. Show More Summary
A Seattle artist suing a pet company for allegedly cutting her out of a deal to license a line of plush “Angry Birds” pet toys to Rovio, creators of the popular video game, has won a battle in her legal war. A federal judge has refused to dismiss her lawsuit, saying she’s made a case for her claim that she … [More]
Angry Birds is 5 years old, but all is not perfect at Rovio.
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One of the original killer apps is celebrating a big milestone this week—on the 10th, Angry Birds will turn five, which is like eighty-seven in mobile technology years. Good to see their fury hasn’t abated just yet. Rovio, creators of Angry Birds, have enjoyed a lot of success over those five years, to put it mildly. Show More Summary
Angry Birds creator Rovio Entertainment Ltd. has just laid off almost 15 percent of its staff – some 110 workers – but has put a positive spin on the situation as it had originally planned to dump more than this … Continue reading ?
Dev studio axed in games biz shakeup Troubled Finnish gaming studio Rovio has sacked 110 staff, almost 14 per cent of its workforce, but is claiming success as it had planned to dump 130 people.…
Rovio has announced it is cutting some of its workforce. While the number was said to be 130 jobs, as of this week that number is now 110, with some employees going through renegotiations. The publisher is cutting down a branch, andShow More Summary
Still on track for the 2016 Angry Birds movie.
The beginning of the end?
Angry Birds developer Rovio has completed a round of layoffs that it first announced in October, cutting an estimated 110 positions and closing its office in Tampere, Finland....
Angry Birds publisher Rovio announced plans to cut 16 percent of its workforce in early October, which approximated 130 jobs. That number is now down to 110, as the studio concluded its employee negotiations this week. As part of Rovio's reorganizati...
Rovio, the developer of Angry Birds, has today confirmed plans to lay off 110 staff and close one of its studios. The affected office - located in Tampere, in southern Finland - is being shut to consolidate the company's Finnish operations in a single city. Show More Summary