Tencent Holdings, a Chinese investment holding company, has acquired 84% of Supercell Supercell, a mobile game development company, in a transaction valuing the company at an equity value of approximately $10.2 billion.
Founded in 2010, Supercell is a mobile game developer based in Helsinki, Finland, with offices in San Francisco, Tokyo, Seoul and Beijing. Its games are played by more than 100 million people every day. Founded in Shenzhen in 1998, Tencent Holdings operates and invests in internet companies all over the world.
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