Report: Rovio turned down $2 billion takeover from Zynga

By Johnny Cullen, Tuesday, 17 April 2012 11:32 GMT

Bloomberg‘s reporting that Rovio turned down a $2 billion takeover from Zynga. The piece, which takes a look at its acquisition and merger practices, cites sources familiar with the matter. No word on when the offer was made is mentioned in the article, however. Rovio has said its looking at an IPO for sometime next year, while Zynga recently bought Draw Everything studio OMGPop for $180 million.

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