The maker of Angry Birds, Rovio, recently raised a huge amount of funding, and that was at a pre-money valuation somewhere north of $200 million.
A profile of the company in Finnish business magazine Talouselämä reveals this and other bits of info on the company, namely:
- Kaj Hed, Chairman of the company and father of the CEO, owned more than 80% of the Rovio via a holding company before the funding round.
- Financial statements revealed that Rovio generated $5 million in revenue and $3 million in profits in the six months ending December 2010, which seems like it misses a few zeroes.
- Rovio’s ultimate goal is to be huge and go public, but that’s pretty much a given seeing how much they raised from Accel.
(Via Arctic Startup)
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