Angry Birds maker Rovio has announced its financial results for 2013. While it is billed as a year of "solid results" and "milestones", the Finnish company's revenues were almost flat compared to 2012, and net profit took quite a hit (less than half of net income the year prior).

The key paragraph of the press release, with the results:

"Rovio´s total consolidated full-year revenue amounted to €156 million (2010: €6.5 million, 2011: €75.6 million, 2012: €152.2 million). Earnings before interest and taxes (EBIT) were €36.5 million (2010: €3.1 million, 2011: €46.9 million, 2012: €76.8 million), and net profit after tax was €26.9 million (2010: €3 million, 2011: €35.4 million, 2012: €55,5 million)."

Other key stats from the release:

  • Angry Birds exceeded 2 billion downloads to date
  • Number of employees grew from 500 to 800 in 2013
  • Animated TV content ( ToonsTV): 2 billion views and counting
  • Rovio Books produced over 100 titles in over 30 languages across more than 40 countries
  • Rovio’s Consumer Products business accounted for 47% of total revenue in 2013

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