Everton football club fans are not best pleased about the hideous new Angry Birds logo on their players' sleeves. Nevertheless, the Angry Birds twitter account appears to be having fun amidst the mockery. This is the first year Premier League teams have been able slap corporate sponsorship on their sleeves. Show More Summary
Man United hosts the Toffees Ronald Koeman’s side take on Man United on Sunday in the Premier League. Everton will be expected to put in a much better performance than last weekend against Tottenham. Spurs rolled over the Toffees in a comfortable 3-0 away win at Goodison Park. Everton & Angry Birds Ahead of the […]
Remember Angry Birds? Well, apparently enough people are still playing it to justify an IPO. Rovio Entertainment, the Finnish parent of the popular smartphone game, is getting ready to go public on the Helsinki Nasdaq in two weeks. And...Show More Summary
Rovio Entertainment, the Finnish maker of "Angry Birds" and other mobile games, says its initial public share offering will value it at about $1 billion.
The Finnish mobile games maker of the popular Angry Birds franchise has set the initial price range of 10.25-11.50 euros ($12.24–$13.73) per share, reports Reuters. That values the company at between 802-896 million euros, or $955–$1.07 billion. Show More Summary
Finland’s Rovio announced today a price range for its initial public offering of stock that would value the company between $956 million and $1.07 billion. The company said it will issue $36 million worth of new stock at a price range between $10.23 per share and $13.72 per share. Rovio has said it plans to […]
COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) — Rovio Entertainment, the Finnish maker of "Angry Birds" and other popular mobile games, says that its initial public share offering will value it at about $1 billion. The company based in Espoo, Finland said...Show More Summary
Rovio Entertainment, the company behind the “Angry Birds” mobile gaming franchise, confirmed the pricing for its initial public offering, which will value the company at about $1 billion.
It all began in 2009 with some unhappy birds and nasty pigs. The Angry Birds game series from Rovio Entertainment has continued to flourish over time and just keeps on going. The birds have traveled, the pigs have evolved, and the fun has never stopped for fans of the Angry Birds franchise. Show More Summary
It’s been talked about for years, but Rovio’s plans for an IPO were put on ice as the creator of Angry Birds struggled with the same problem most mobile game developers face — finding a second hit. Rovio still hasn’t managed that, but...Show More Summary
Rovio plans to raise about $36 million in the IPO, with hopes of a valuation of over $2 billion.
Finland's Rovio, creator of the hugely popular smartphone game Angry Birds, said Tuesday it was planning to float shares on the Helsinki stock exchange after the success of its comedy film and products.
The move has been heavily rumored in recent months, and now the Finnish mobile studio hopes to strengthen its position after its games division experienced its best year to date....
COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) — Rovio Entertainment, the Finnish maker of "Angry Birds" and other popular mobile games, says it plans an initial public offering and a listing of its shares on the Helsinki stock exchange. Chief Executive Kati...Show More Summary
The Finnish company accounted on Tuesday that it is planning an initial public offering to raise $36 million, Reuters reports. Rovio says it is potentially planning to use the funds raised to make acquisitions. Rovio has so far declined...Show More Summary
Capping what appears to be a remarkable turnaround, Finland’s Rovio announced today it has filed for an initial public offering of stock to expand its mobile gaming business and make acquisitions. The company will issue $36 million worth of new stock. In addition, some current shareholders will be allowed to sell stock in the offering […]
Rovio, the company behind the “Angry Birds” videogame and film franchise, confirmed that it is planning to list its shares in Finland—a litmus test for an industry known for its erratic performance.
The listing by the Finnish game maker would consist of share sales by its main shareholder and others, as well as a $36 million share offering.
Now that we think of it, it's pretty surprising that Rovio hadn't released a match-three version of Angry Birds, but the inevitable has finally happened in Angry Birds Match. This puzzle game pits the birds against the pigs once more,...Show More Summary