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Finnish game maker Rovio, best known for its Angry Birds franchise, on Thursday posted a slight fall in first quarter operating profit as its marketing spend rose, and said it expected its market to expand further in 2021. "The mobile gaming market continues to grow, with casual gaming being a major growth driver," it said. "Our biggest game, Angry Birds 2 grew year on year and the game’s revenue improved further towards the end of the quarter," Chief Executive Alex Pelletier-Normand said in a statement.
Rovio Entertainment, the maker of the "Angry Birds" games franchise, reported a smaller-than-expected profit in the fourth quarter from a year-ago loss and said on Friday it would raise its full-year dividend by a third to 0.12 euros per share. While revenues decreased because of less money made from brand licensing as well as currency exchange impacts, margins rose as less cash was spent recruiting new players, the company said. The fourth-quarter profit was also smaller than the 12.8 million euros earned in the third quarter of 2020.
Finland's biggest video game maker Supercell reported a 7% drop in annual sales on Tuesday, squeezed by intense competition even as the COVID-19 pandemic pushed people indoors and boosted the broader gaming sector. Supercell, majority owned by China's Tencent Holdings and known for titles such as "Clash of Clans", said that "Brawl Stars", published in 2017 and the newest of its existing games, crossed the 1 billion euro mark in gross revenue early this year. The company said overall user numbers rose year on year but increased marketing costs and the way Supercell books sales and expenses separately meant the benefit was not reflected in the annual financial statement.