Rovio Entertainment has signed a slate of worldwide licensing partners to develop new merchandise highlighting characters from the Angry Birds franchise.
Mikael Hed, former chief executive officer of Rovio Entertainment, has formed a new entertainment company, entitled Kaiken Entertainment.
Rovio Entertainment has returned to profitable growth, following a record performance in its games division and the blockbuster release of The Angry Birds Movie in 2016.
Toonbox Animation and Rovio Entertainment have joined forces to create a consumer products licensing program for the animated series “Kit^n^Kate,” which airs on Rovio’s ToonsTV.
Rovio Entertainment, in partnership with Papagei.com, a video language platform, will launch its online, interactive language courses on a new mobile app, titled “Learn English with Angry Birds.”
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.
In honor of Earth Day Friday, Rovio Entertainment's Angry Birds character Red continued to support the United Nations as part of the Angry Birds for a Happy Planet campaign.
Kaiken Publishing, an affiliate of Rovio Entertainment, has acquired the worldwide publishing rights for Toonbox Animation’s “Qumi-Qumi” and “Kit^n^Kate.”
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