Angry Birds creator Rovio has sold off its television animation studio and book publishing businesses to new startup, Kaiken Entertainment. ...
Angry Birds maker Rovio grew its revenues 34 percent to €190 million ($203 million) in 2016, up 34 percent from $150 million a year earlier. You might have expected that, since the Finnish company’s The Angry Birds Movie generated nearly $350 million in revenue at the box office. But Rovio actually hasn’t received that money […]
"I'm happy to say that Rovio did extremely well. During 2016, we found the magic thing in Rovio again."...
Rovio Entertainment said it returned to a profit in 2016 thanks to increased spending on marketing and attention from the Angry Birds movie based on its well-known fowls.
Angry Birds maker Rovio grew its revenues 34 percent to €190 million ($203 million) in 2016, up 34 percent from $150 million a year earlier. Kati Levoranta, CEO of Rovio, said at a press event today at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco that games and The Angry Birds Movie helped push the company […]
Rovio Entertainment Ltd., the Finnish maker of “Angry Birds,” said it is looking to lay off up to nearly 10% of its staff as part of a broader effort to focus on mobile games.
Rovio, the company behind hit mobile game "Angry Birds", is cutting its workforce by almost 10%, The Wall Street Journal reports. The Finnish company currently employs over 400 staff but up to 35 jobs are expected to be lost as partShow More Summary
Angry Birds mobile game publisher Rovio spun out an innovative startup named Hatch in November, and now that company has collected 50 partners with 90 games for a monthly subscription service called Hatch. The service promises to come with a lot of benefits for mobile game players when it debuts later this year. Hatch will […]
Hatch has signed up more than 90 games from 50 studios to debut this year on its social hub that can stream mobile games instantly to gamers. The latest titles include Dungeon Rushers, Mini Metro, Evoland, and Alto’s Adventure. Other confirmed games include Monument Valley, Leo’s Fortune, Pac-Man, Space Invaders, and Rayman. Rovio spun out Hatch […]
After appropriately milking those very irritated birds for years and years, Rovio is planning on developing MMOs that go beyond the Angry Birds universe. As announced by the developer today, Rovio is expanding its studios with a new team based inLondon whose focus will be specifically these new MMOs. The announcement doesn't give any specific
Mobile juggernaut Rovio has opened a new in-house studio in London that will focus on creating massively multiple online games. ...
Rovio, the maker of Angry Birds, has opened a new game studio in London with a focus on mobile massively multiplayer online games (MMOs). The move strengthens the Espoo, Finland-based company to expand its in-house development capacity. It will focus on new intellectual properties that go beyond the Angry Birds universe, which is about eight […]
The puzzle game challenges users to save the Angry Birds, who have been trapped inside balloons.
Rovio's latest match-three puzzler is finally releasing on Android and to start, they're offering $10 of in-game gold for free to those who pre-register before the game releases on December 22nd.
Pre-register today to receive $9.99 worth of in-game gold.
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The publisher of World of Tanks further pushing into mobile gaming with the acquisition of the one of the studios that spun out of Angry Birds developer Rovio. Wargaming announced today that it is scooping up mobile game studio Boomlagoon. The two companies did not announce the terms of the agreement. The Helsinki-based Boomlagoon started […]
Hatch, a new company spun off from Angry Birds developer Rovio, plans to launch an Android-based game streaming service in 2017.