Angry Birds developer Rovio is planning an initial public offering on the Hong Kong stock exchange in 2013.
According to a report on Reuters, the company's chief marketing officer, Peter Vesterbacka, told Finnish publication Tekniikka&Talous that its IPO would be issued in Hong Kong, with a listing on the New York Stock Exchange to follow two or three years later.
Rovio plans to launch 5 or 6 new games based on the Angry Birds IP next year, and Vesterbacka stated his belief that, in the long-term, the company could grow to the size of the Walt Disney Corporation.
"That is the target," he said. "There is no reason why we should not be able to build a company of that size."
Vesterbacka also revealed that the company's revenues in 2011 would be around $100 million, a vast improvement over the $10 million earned in 2010.