Rovio Entertainment Ltd wins the Best Gaming/New Media Licensed Property award at the 2014 Licensing Awards

ESPOO, 23-9-2014 — /EuropaWire/ — Rovio Entertainment Ltd, the creator of Angry Birds, is excited to announce that it won the Best Gaming/New Media Licensed Property award at the 2014 Licensing Awards. The awards are owned and organized by the Licensing Source Book (published by Max Publishing) and were held at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London.

“We are thrilled about this win. Our team is always working hard to build long-lasting and successful collaborations with key partners and retailers and this award is a testament to our efforts. Rovio is a global entertainment company, building brands for a hundred years and this is amazing achievement in our journey.”  said Naz Cuevas, Executive Vice President Global Consumer Products Licensing.

The annual Licensing Awards reflect the dynamic and innovative UK licensing industry and have become the key accolades of excellence in the market. Each year the very best of each major category of licensing are honored for their achievements and contribution to the industry.

Rovio has continued to excel in its entertainment licensing business since being awarded the Digital/New Media Program of the Year at the 2014 LIMA Licensing Excellence Awards earlier this year.

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About Rovio Entertainment Ltd.
Rovio Entertainment Ltd, the creator of Angry Birds™ is a global industry-changing entertainment media company headquartered in Finland that creatively combines digital with physical, breaking the boundaries of traditional content delivery. What started as a casual game in 2009 became an international phenomenon within a few months of its release. Today Angry Birds is not only the most downloaded game of all time, it is a worldwide known entertainment brand reaching out into publishing, licensing, animations, books and location based entertainment. Rovio’s animated Angry Birds feature film is slated for July, 2016.


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