Clam Man: exposing fishy business in Snacky Bay

August 13, 2019

This point-and-click adventure game by a small Finnish indie developer is a witty and easy-going tribute to the classics of the genre.

The daily brief: 23 July 2019

July 23, 2019

All the daily Finnish business news that works: AlphaSense, Elisa, Surrogate.tv and pilot of a wastewater sludge burning plant in Finnish Lapland make headlines.

The daily brief: 2 July 2019

July 2, 2019

All the daily Finnish business news that works: Redhill Games, Bittium, CupOfTherapy and Nokia subsidiary SAC Wireless make headlines.

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The daily brief: 13 June 2019

June 13, 2019

All the daily Finnish business news that works: Airport College International, Wapice, Next Games, Cloudia and PromoRepublic make headlines.

The daily brief: 4 June 2019

June 4, 2019

All the daily Finnish business news that works: Salcomp, Futures Platform, Hatch, Konecranes and Kuori make headlines.

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Hatch gets 5G gaming with Samsung

April 11, 2019

Rovio subsidiary Hatch has teamed up with smartphone giant Samsung to bring 5G gaming to Korea and beyond.

Paf awarded for social responsibility

April 8, 2019

Finnish gaming company Paf has been recognised for its work to promote responsible gambling in Spain by the Catalan Association of Social Addictions (Acencas).

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Hatch continues to expand 5G gaming

February 26, 2019

Finnish cloud gaming service Hatch has begun co-operation with the American communications services company Sprint to bring what it calls the “Netflix of gaming” to the US market.

Hatch partners with DOCOMO in Japan

February 8, 2019

Finnish cloud gaming pioneer and Rovio subsidiary, Hatch, has entered into a strategic partnership with leading Japanese mobile operator NTT DOCOMO.

Kukouri claims top prize in London

January 24, 2019

Finnish game developer Kukouri Mobile Entertainment was named the best indie developer at the Mobile Game Awards in London.

Finnish edtech helps kids’ early learning in Poland

January 18, 2019

Preschool chain Norlandia has adopted Finnish edtech company Playvation’s Moomin Language School in its kindergartens in Poland, with support from Lenovo.