Rovio is considering grooming its business for an initial public offering. The maker of Angry Birds recently nailed down $42 million in funding and is estimated to be worth around $300 million.
We probably want to be in a marketplace that is as liquid as possible, which would probably mean NASDAQ is our stock exchange of choice, said Rovio CEO Mikael Hed. If we can do it in the next few years, that would be great.
We are working exactly according to plan, we re releasing a lot of new games, there s Rio coming out next week, that s going to be a big thing, he added. There s a lot of new development happening on the studio side and the business development side.