Rovio May Says “YES” To China’s Unauthorized Angry Bird Arcade BoothSeptember 9, 2012 | by: Chin Lan | China |
“We would welcome a partnership, but Rovio would need to give them permission to use the Angry Birds game.”
Besides, an employee of the theme park claimed Rovio had already given permission for the park, where two parties were in discussions about a long-term partnership.
All we are waiting to hear now is Rovio to say “Yes” for the arcade.
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