The association behind a strike mobile diversion Angry Birds has sealed a London studio, after warning a increase were approaching to fall.
Rovio’s conduct of games, Wilhelm Taht, also quiescent on Friday, withdrawal arch executive Kati Levoranta in charge.
The Finnish games association has warned that a code chartering revenues could decrease 40% this year.
It has blamed tough foe and aloft selling costs for a bad outlook.
Rovio’s London studio was non-stop in 2017 and a association went open in Sep with a gratefulness of £786m.
But on 22 February, a Finnish games builder released a distinction warning that caused a shares to dump by 50%.
Announcing a closure of a London studio, Rovio pronounced it wanted to combine on a studios in Finland and Sweden.
The association had employed 7 games developers in London.
Rovio saw fast expansion after it launched Angry Birds in 2009, though it done a poignant detriment in 2015 and cut a third of a staff.
In 2016, a Angry Birds film warranted $350 million (£254m) in cinemas and helped revitalise sales of a game.
A supplement is approaching in 2019.