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Rovio Entertainment, via its publishing arm Kaiken Publishing, has partnered with more than 20 publishers worldwide to expand the Angry Birds Movie universe.
Rovio Entertainment has partnered with Microsoft for a new range of emojis for Windows Skype messaging, Mac, Android, iOS and the Internet.
Rovio Entertainment has partnered with Brunswick Bowling to bring its Angry Birds franchise to bowling alleys across the U.S.
Rovio and the Alibaba Group have entered into a licensing agreement to expand the Angry Birds consumer products program in China.
Rovio has secured multiple North American licensees across a range of categories to support its upcoming film, The Angry Birds Movie, in theaters May 20.
In anticipation of the premiere of The Angry Birds Movie on May 20, Rovio has tapped McDonald’s to support the film in 119 global markets and approximately 33,000 restaurants.
Rovio Animation has partnered with 1905 Pictures to release The Angry Birds Movie in Chinese theaters.
Rovio Entertainment has appointed seven new licensing agencies in EMEA for the "Angry Birds" brand.
Rovio and Sony Pictures have partnered with Menchie’s Frozen Yogurt to debut Angry Birds-themed products in anticipation of the film’s premiere, May 20.
Through a series of strategic executive appointments and local partnerships, Rovio Entertainment is amping up the success of its "Angry Birds" franchise in Asia.
In anticipation of The Angry Birds Movie, Rovio has unveiled a new pinball-inspired version of the popular mobile game game franchise, called “Angry Birds Action!”
Rovio has partnered with Victory Tailgate to develop a line of "Angry Birds"-themed cornhole sets and bags.
Pekka Rantala is stepping down as CEO of Rovio as the media company shifts more operational responsibility into its two business divisions, games and media.
Rovio has partnered with NHN Studio629 to create a new game using the "Angry Birds" IP that will initially target players in Korea and other Asian markets.
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