The European Tech Alliance is carrying out a short survey to find out the views and concerns of Europe’s app developers on EU policy.
Stockholm gaming studio Toca Boca looks set to be sold, but is the reported price tag low compared to the exits of other Nordic gaming companies? Neil S W Murray takes a closer look at the numbers.
Swedish-British game maker King reported poor revenue numbers and Candy Crush Saga player retention ability last night, but also announced its acquisition of Singapore-based Nonstop Games (the creator of Heroes Of Honor). King paid $6 million in cash but the actual purchase price might go up to $100 million: another $84 million is due depending […]
According to the most recent data from Strategy Analytics’ AppOptix platform, Candy Crush Saga maker King.com is “comfortably ahead of others” in total time spent on gaming on Android in the US. Across all of its titles, the Swedish-British publisher occupies 26 percent of the total time spent on gaming activities on Android smartphones in […]
European gaming company King has teamed up with Internet giant Tencent to bring its hit mobile game Candy Crush Saga to China this summer, via Tencent’s Mobile QQ and Weixin Game Centers.
White Star Capital co-founder and former Facebook director of EMEA Christian Hernandez argues that platforms can make or break a startup and highlights some important case studies.
Predictably, journalists and analysts are branding Swedish-British game developer King a one-hit wonder as it prepares to go public. There’s something to be said for that, but there’s also a flip side.