When birds get angry, they stay angry. Hence why Angry Birds 2 already has new levels for you to try out. What’s New in Version 2.1.0 Brand new chapter: Pigsyland – Pig City’s first amusement park! – Play 20 new levels of bouncing bumper...Show More Summary
Gotta go fast! Squawk! Angry Birds Epic recently updated with its promised crossover event with Sonic Dash. What’s New in Version 1.2.11 EPIC UPDATES: – SONIC DASH EVENT – Play the new mini-map with Sonic the Hedgehog! – NEW CLASS FOR...Show More Summary
Angry Birds 2 maker Rovio laid off 260 employees Wednesday. That's one third of its total workforce, and follows 130 job cuts in 2014. “This is personally a difficult decision,” said Rovio’s CEO Pekka Rantala in a statement. “However, it is certain that a leaner and more agile Rovio is absolutely necessary [...]
Nothing about Sage Solitaire screams DESIGN! And yet it might be one of the best designed games of the year. Most mobile games are shame-plays. Angry Birds and Clash of Clans might be your favorite time wasters, but only when no one's watching. Show More Summary
Research claims that 10-15% of iOS and Android ‘top-performing’ games reach $1m in revenues, but only 20% of those go on to reach $10m Angry Birds maker Rovio’s decision to lay off 38% of its staff is the latest reminder that the mobile...Show More Summary
Earlier today, Rovio said it would lay off 260 employees. This was fascinating news to the Internet, given Rovio’s status as one of the vanguards of mobile gaming as the iPhone and Android exploded. But in reality, all games eventually...Show More Summary
Rovio, the developer behind Angry Birds, has plans to terminate up to 260 employees as the company works to reset its course after it “did too many things”. According to the CEO, Pekka Rantala, "This is personally a difficult decision. Show More Summary
Rovio, the company behind Angry Birds, has now cut 260 jobs from its workforce of originally 700. A sign that Angry Birds has lost its charm?
O Rovio, Rovio, wherefore art thou, Rovio? Angry Birds maker Rovio has announced plans to lay off 260 employees.…
The company says that it will focus on its games, media, and consumer products divisions and needs to be more "agile" as it looks to improve its financial position.
"Decline of consumer product licensing revenues impacted revenue and profit."
The developers of Angry Birds continue to slim down by slashing 260 jobs. The cuts will have an impact on every part of Rovio’s organisation, except for the Angry Birds movie currently in production in North America. With 260 fewer people...Show More Summary
When's the last time you saw a kid wearing an Angry Birds shirt? That just may be the problem. Rovio, the Finnish game company responsible for the Angry Birds franchise, announced today it was cutting up to 260 jobs, or about 35% of its workforce of about 700 people. Show More Summary
The game manufacturer is downsizing to focus its efforts on the Angry Birds movie—but can a feature film save Rovio? Rovio, the gaming company behind the hit Angry Birds franchise, is axing 37% of its workforce—260 jobs, to be exact. Employees working on the company's long-awaited 3-D feature film will not be affected by the cuts. Read Full Story
Rovio Entertainment has announced another round of layoffs bringing the total number to 370 within a year. Today’s count includes 260 employee redundancies which will allow the company to restructure its primary business areas. These areas are: consumer products, games and media. CEO Pekka Rantala said another reason for the layoffs was the firm’s “exceptional” […]
Finnish computer game developer said it plans to lay off as many as 260 employees, over a third of its staff, amid declining profit and revenue.
Angry Birds maker Rovio announced Wednesday that it's laying off up to 260 people, a result of the company trying to do "too many things" in the last few years. The restructuring, according to Rovio CEO Pekka Rantala, will allow theShow More Summary
Popular mobile game maker Rovio Entertainment says it plans to restructure its business and lay off up to 260 people because the company took on "too many things" during the past few years.
Image: Rovio “Angry Birds” maker Rovio said this morning that it would lay off as many as 260 employees, or around 37 percent of its workforce, in order to cut costs and “sharpen focus” on its core businesses of games, media, and consumer products. Show More Summary
Mobile game maker says it will focus on three core activities: Games, media and consumer products