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Rovio changes strategy on Hatch cloud gaming service after slow 5G start

Wednesday 12 February 2020 | 13:12 CET | News
Rovio Entertainment, the maker of the Angry Birds mobile games, maintained its dividend at 9 cents a share for 2019, despite net profit nearly halving over the year. The company also announced new plans for its streaming service Hatch, to focus more on the kids market after an increase in competition in the cloud gaming space and slower-than-expected development of 5G networks and devices. 

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