The first park is planned for the province of Anhui.
?‘‘China is an extremely important market for us, and we’re constantly looking for ways to provide innovative fan experiences by bridging the digital with the physical,” says Pekka Rantala, chief commercial officer, Rovio Entertainment. “Through this partnership, we not only achieve that, but we set a strong foot in one of the worlds fastest-growing theme park markets with a key player in the industry. We are delighted at the prospect of bringing Angry Birds closer to our fans in China, in spaces where all members of the family can engage.’’ ?
The strategic partnership marks the first agreement for Rovio Entertainment in the Asian market, with the attractions projected to collectively cover a total building area of tens of thousands of square meters.
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