Rovio released its first financial figures this week, but the company has not decided when, where or whether to go public.
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"This is a decision of Rovio's owners if Rovio will file for IPO, when it would be and in what market," CEO Mikael Hed told AllThingsD. "These kind of decisions have not been made."
Of course, Rovio's biggest owner is Hed's father, Kaj, who mortgaged his own parents' house to keep the company going during earlier dark times.
These days, of course, the business is thriving. The company took in $106.3 million in revenue, with pretax profits of $67.6 million, a whopping 64 percent of its total revenue. The company also noted on Wednesday that it has hit one billion cumulative downloads for its various Angry Birds games.
"The business for 2012 looks very good," Hed said in an email interview. "Space has been a major success and we have a few games coming up, including a new game outside of the Angry Birds family. Our animation studio is working on Angry Birds animation series, which will come out later this year."
Nokia also confirmed this week that Rovio is working on a Windows Phone version of Angry Birds Space, which has already been downloaded millions of times for iOS, Android, Macs and PCs.