Best known for its Angry Birds game series.
|Rovio Entertainment Oyj||FIN||website|
|Rovio Entertainment Oyj|
In 2014, Edward Snowden leaked classified documents detailing many of the ways the National Security Administration was exploiting commercial data collection. Angry Birds was named as one of the "leaky" apps it used to access private information. But the scandal didn't seem to stick.
Source: The Guardian (2014)
This company is a member of the Playing for the Planet Alliance, a group of gaming-companies who have made voluntary, ambitious, specific, and time-based commitments for people and planet. Commitments involve: Corporate carbon footprint reductions and a collective shift to green energy; insertion of green nudges into games; commitments to offset emissions (from internal operations and gamers' devices); new circular economy design and recycling offerings to control plastic and e-waste.
Source: Playing for the Planet (2020)
This company is a member of the Fair Play Alliance, a global coalition of gaming professionals and companies committed to developing quality games. They provide a forum for gaming professionals and companies to work together to develop and share best practices in encouraging healthy communities and awesome player interactions in online gaming. They envision a world where games are free of harassment, discrimination, and abuse, and where players can express themselves through play.
Source: Fair Play Alliance (2020)
|Revenue||297 million euros in 2017|
|Employees||391 in 2017|
Products / BrandsRovio
Angry Birds Mobile Games