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EA Buys ‘Angry Birds’ Publisher Chillingo For $20 Million, But May Not Get ‘Angry Birds’

October 20th, 2010 10:37 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

According to Reuters, Electronic Arts just bought Angry Birds publishers Chillingo for $20 million dollars.

Apparently early reports caused some confusion as to who actually owned Angry Birds and Angry Birds developer Rovio Mobile has just tweeted the above, prefaced with “we have not sold out.”

Going by the above and the reported price, the Angry Birds franchise is not part of the sale. Aside from recently debuting on the Android, Angry Birds has expanded into toys and games and has a rumored movie in the works.

Source: EA Buys ‘Angry Birds’ Publisher Chillingo For $20 Million, But May Not Get ‘Angry Birds’

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