Supercell (video game company)

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Supercell Oy
IndustryMobile games
Founded14 May 2010; 13 years ago (2010-05-14)
  • Ilkka Paananen
  • Mikko Kodisoja
Key people
Ilkka Paananen (CEO)[1]
ProductsSee § Games
RevenueIncrease €1.89 billion[2] (2021)
Increase €734 million[2] (2021)
Number of employees
400[3] (2023)
ParentTencent (81.4%; 2016–present)
SubsidiariesSpace Ape Games (62%; 2017–present)

Supercell Oy is a Finnish mobile game development company based in Helsinki. Founded on 14 May 2010,[4] the company's debut game was the browser game, and after its release in 2011, Supercell started developing games for mobile devices. Since then, the company has fully released five mobile games: Hay Day, Clash of Clans, Boom Beach, Clash Royale, and Brawl Stars, which are freemium fast-paced games and have been very successful for the company, the first two generating revenue of €2 million a day in 2013.[5]

Following its rapid growth, Supercell opened additional offices in Shanghai, San Francisco, and Seoul. In 2016, the company was bought out by Chinese conglomerate Tencent holdings, taking an 81.4% stake in the company valued at €8.4 billion.[6]


Business model[edit]

Supercell focuses on the development of free-to-play games that yield profits through the in-game micropayments. The company's objective is to focus on the successful games that stay popular for years. The focus has not been on revenue, but on the principle "just design something great, something that users love."[7] Game development focuses around "cells" of five to seven people which start with idea generation and an initial review by CEO Paananen.[7] The team subsequently develops the idea into a game, which the rest of the company's employees get to play-test, followed by play-testing in Canada's App store; if the Canada reception is good, the next step is global rollout (App Store).[7] Successful failures are celebrated by employees.[7] One of the games that was cancelled well into development was Battle Buddies, which had also been rated well in the test market, but the number of players was still too small. The final decision for cancelling a project is done by the development team themselves.


Background and founding[edit]

Before Supercell, two of its founders, Mikko Kodisoja and Ilkka Paananen, worked at Sumea, a mobile game company. Kodisoja co-founded Sumea in 1999, and Paananen was hired as the company's CEO in 2000. In 2003, Sumea made a profit of €1.2 million. In the following year, the American Digital Chocolate bought Sumea and made the company its Finnish headquarters and Paananen the European manager. Kodisoja, the firm's creative director, left the company in 2010, followed soon after by Paananen.[8]

Paananen moved to venture capital company Lifeline Ventures, but wanted to create a game company where executives would not disturb the work of the game developers. Together, Paananen, Kodisoja, Petri Styrman, Lassi Leppinen, Visa Forstén, and Niko Derome who had known each other through work connections, founded Supercell in 2010. The company started its business in the Niittykumpu district of Espoo.[9]

Kodisoja and Paananen invested €250,000 in the company. Tekes, the Finnish funding agency for technology innovation, loaned them a further €400,000 and Lifeline Ventures also invested in Supercell. The following October, Supercell raised €750,000 through seed funding, including from London Venture Partners and Initial Capital. The first game Supercell started to develop was the massive multiplayer online game Gunshine that could be played on Facebook with a browser or on mobile platforms. The game prototype was ready in eight months.[9] After Gunshine's completion, Accel Partners also invested €8 million in the company in May 2011, and shareholder Kevin Comolli became a member of Supercell's board of directors. Accel also invested in Rovio, among others.[10]

Change of strategies[edit]

In November 2011, Supercell abandoned Gunshine for three reasons: it did not interest players for long enough, it was too difficult to play, and the mobile version did not work as well as the browser version. At best, the game had approximately half a million players. Supercell considered Zynga's market leadership in games on the Facebook platform insurmountable and so decided to focus on iPad games, cancelling a Facebook game it was developing. In order to ease concerns of Supercell's investors due to the change of direction, Paananen increased the detail of progress reports.[9]

The company simultaneously developed five games, and the first to be released for public testing was Pets vs Orcs. This game and Tower were abandoned. In May 2012, Hay Day was published and eventually became Supercell's first internationally released game.[9] Hay Day was Supercell's version of Zynga's successful Facebook game FarmVille, an easy-to-play farm simulator. Supercell added to their farming simulator the ability to refine products, a production chain, and touch screen properties. The social aspect of the game was emphasised as well. In four months, the game became one of the most profitable games in Apple's App Store in the US, and was one of the most profitable in the world for two and a half years. The game receives regular updates and is maintained by a team of 14 people.[11]

Development of Clash of Clans[edit]

Lasse Louhento had started at Bloodhouse, and Lassi Leppinen was the chief programmer at Sumea and Digital Chocolate. Their team had spent months on a fantasy themed Facebook game when Supercell changed strategies. Leppinen and Louhento wanted to make a strategy game that would use a touch screen so playing would be as simple and pleasant as possible. The development of Clash of Clans took six months, and the game was released on 2 August 2012. In three months, it became the most profitable app in the US. According to App Annie, in the years 2013 and 2014 Clash of Clans was the most profitable mobile game in the world. The eponymous battle between the clans was added to the game as late as 2014.[12]

In summer 2013, Supercell began a marketing collaboration with the Japanese video game company GungHo: the companies cross-marketed each other's games in their own markets. As a result, Clash of Clans became one of the most downloaded apps in Japan. GungHo's chairman of the board Taizo Son flew to Finland to thank Paananen and later introduced him to his brother Masayoshi Son, the CEO of the SoftBank Corporation. Soon, they proposed a corporate acquisition which indeed happened on 7 October 2013. SoftBank and GungHo bought 51% of Supercell's shares for 1.1 billion euros which is the largest price for a Finnish private company in history. In six months, Supercell's value had tripled, since in spring 2013 the company had sold 16.7% of its shares for 100 million euros.[13]

Development of games after Clash of Clans[edit]

Both Clash of Clans and Hay Day were released in summer 2012,[7] and Supercell did not release a new game in almost two years. The design of the third game Boom Beach started in the autumn of 2012, and it was released in 2014. The new strategy game was released to the test market at the end of 2013, after which it went through large changes. The game was very successful in the US right after its release in March, but it did not stay at the top of the download charts for very long. However, it rose to the top 30 of the most downloaded iPhone apps after Supercell started an expensive marketing campaign in December 2014. In 2015, the game surpassed Hay Day in the charts.[14]

In March 2016, Supercell released its fourth supported game, Clash Royale, which uses similar characters from Clash of Clans. Between the releases of Boom Beach and Clash Royale, Supercell had discontinued multiple game projects, two in their test release phase. One of them was Smash Land which had been developed by 4 to 5 people for 10 months.[15]

In December 2018, Supercell released Brawl Stars globally, which was their fifth supported game and took 18 months to develop from its original release.[16]

On December 15, 2021, Supercell announced that they are opening a new game studio in North America to make games for other platforms like PC and consoles.[17]

On March 23, 2023, In response to the ongoing war in Ukraine, Supercell suspended service for players in Russia and Belarus until at least June 1.[18]


Accel Partners and Index Ventures invested $12 million in the Series A of Supercell in 2011.[19] In October 2013 it was announced that the Japanese company GungHo Online Entertainment and its parent SoftBank had acquired 51% of the company for a reported $1.51 billion.[20] On 1 June 2015, SoftBank acquired an additional 22.7% stake in Supercell, which brought their total stake to 73.2% of the company and made them the sole external shareholder.[21] In 2016, Supercell reported annual revenues of around €2.11 billion.[22] In three years, the company's revenues have grown a total of 800 percent, from 78.4 million (2012).[22][23][24]


In June 2016, Halti S.A., a Luxembourg-based consortium founded that month, acquired 81.4% of Supercell for $8.6 billion.[25][26] At the time, Japan's SoftBank valued Supercell at $10.2 billion.[25] Halti S.A. was 50%-owned by Chinese technology company Tencent; in October 2019, Tencent increased its stake in the consortium to 51.2% by acquiring shares worth $40 million as part of a convertible bond.[26][27]

Space Ape Games[edit]

In 2017, Supercell acquired 60% of Space Ape Games, a mobile game developer based in London.[28] In February 2021, it was announced that Space Ape will collaborate with Supercell to make Beatstar, which led to Supercell ID becoming available on Beatstar.[29] In late 2021, Space Ape developed Boom Beach: Frontlines, a spin-off of Boom Beach with Supercell. It was soft-launched in Canada on 19 October 2021 and was released to selected countries. On 30 November 2022, the game was announced to be discontinued with servers shutting down in January 2023.


Title Year Availability Description (later Zombies Online) 2011 Discontinued (later known as Zombies Online) was Supercell's first game and only non-mobile game. It was a browser game that released in 2011.[30] The servers were shut down on 30 November 2012.[31]
Pets vs Orcs 2012 Discontinued Pets vs Orcs was the company's first mobile game. It was downloadable for a little over a month in 2012.[32]
Battle Buddies 2012 Discontinued The company's second mobile game, Battle Buddies was soft-launched in a number of countries in 2012, but was discontinued later in the same year.[33] The game was pulled out of market due to poor monetization, despite gaining positive reviews from critics.[34]
Hay Day 2012 (iOS) and 2013 (Android) Available On 21 June 2012, Supercell released Hay Day on iOS and on 20 November 2013 on Android.
Clash of Clans 2012 (iOS) and 2013 (Android) Available On 2 August 2012, Supercell worldwide released Clash of Clans on iOS and on 7 October 2013 on Android. The online strategy game where players build defenses and train troops to attack other players' bases, is the top grossing app of iOS and Android of all time. Clash of Clans has also received positive reviews from global audience. It has a score of 9/10 by Pocket Gamer and 4.5/5 stars from Gamezebo.
Boom Beach 2014 Available On 26 March 2014, Supercell released Boom Beach on iOS and Android.[35]
Spooky Pop 2014 Discontinued The Canadian soft-launch of Supercell's addition to its mobile line-up, Spooky Pop, was released in December 2014 and discontinued in March 2015.[36] On 9 February 2015, the app was removed from the Canadian App Store and those with previously downloaded copies trying to access the game were met with a pop-up message of the discontinuance. On 10 March 2015, the game was fully shut down.[37] Supercell has since been described as conservative on the release of titles after the successes of Clash of Clans and Boom Beach as opposed to many other mobile-development companies.[38]
Smash Land 2015 Discontinued Smash Land was launched on a limited basis in Canada and Australia on 1 April 2015.[39] However, on 1 July of that year, Supercell announced on its official forum that it had decided to cancel development of the game.[40] Smash Land remained available for download until 1 September, at which point it was permanently removed from online distribution platforms.[40]
Clash Royale 2016 Available On 4 January 2016, Supercell soft-launched Clash Royale on iOS and also on 16 February 2016, Supercell soft-launched the game on Android in Canada, Hong Kong, Australia, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Iceland, Finland and New Zealand. On 2 March 2016, Supercell launched the game globally for iOS and Android.[41]
Brawl Stars 2018 Available On 14 June 2017, Supercell announced Brawl Stars via a video on YouTube. It received an iOS soft launch in the Canadian App Store the following day.[42] It was released in the Finland, Sweden and Norway App Stores on 19 January 2018. The Android version was released on 26 June 2018 in Canada, Finland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Ireland, Singapore and Malaysia.[43] The game was globally released on 12 December 2018, one and a half years after the beta release.[16]
Rush Wars 2019 Discontinued On 26 August 2019, a beta version of Rush Wars was launched in Canada, Australia and New Zealand.[44] On 5 November 2019, it was announced that the game would not be continued, and would shut down on 30 November.[45]
Hay Day Pop 2020 Discontinued On 16 March 2020, Hay Day Pop was released in beta. The game is only available to certain countries such as Finland, Canada, Norway and others.[46] On 30 November 2020, Supercell announced that they will discontinue Hay Day Pop. The servers were shut down on 1 February 2021.[47]
Clash Quest 2021 Discontinued On 2 April 2021, Supercell announced three new games in development, including Clash Quest.[48] On 6 April 2021, Clash Quest became available in Finland, Sweden, Norway, Iceland, and Denmark on iOS and Android.[49] On 6 May 2021, the game became available in the Philippines.[50] On 17 August 2022, the Clash Quest Twitter account announced that the development of the game has been discontinued.[51][52] The servers were shut down on 29 September 2022.[53]
Clash Mini 2021 released On 2 April 2021, Supercell announced three new games in development, including Clash Mini.[48] On 8 November 2021, Clash Mini became available in Finland, Sweden, Norway, Iceland, Denmark, and Canada on iOS and Android.[54]
Clash Heroes Unreleased On 2 April 2021, Supercell announced three new games in development, including Clash Heroes.[48]
Everdale 2021 Discontinued On 23 August 2021, a beta version of the world-building mobile game Everdale was launched in Canada, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Nordics, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Hong Kong, Philippines and Malaysia.[55] On 3 October 2022, Supercell announced ending of the development of Everdale. The servers were shut down on 31 October 2022.[56]
Boom Beach: Frontlines 2022 Discontinued A game within the Boom Beach universe - the game by Space Ape Games soft launched in Canada on October 19, 2021. It would later expand into 18 more regions on August 3, 2022. The game would eventually have it's servers taken offline on January 16, 2023 after Space Ape Games announced it was ending development.[57] The game was discontinued on 30 November of the same year, with servers shutting down in January 2023.[58]
Squad Busters 2023 Available limited The game was announced on 1 Feb 2023. It was available from 6 Feb 2023 to 16 Feb 2023 only in Canada, only on Android and only for selected participants.[59]
Flood Rush 2023 Available limited Flood Rush was announced on 29 May 2023. It is available at a beta test from 29 May 2023 to 7 June 2023 in New Zealand, United States, Austrlia, Singapore and UK, but only on Android.[60]


During Super Bowl XLIX in February 2015, Supercell spent $9 million for a 60-second runtime in front of 118.5 million viewers. According to The Guardian, the Clash of Clans advertisement was one of the most popular advertisements of the 61 spots aired on NBC.[61] The commercial, dubbed "Revenge", featured Liam Neeson parodying his character from the Taken film series by seeking revenge in a coffee shop for a random player destroying his village. The commercial has reached a total of 165 million[62] views on the game's official YouTube channel so far,[63] and it was the most watched commercial on YouTube in 2015.[64] Despite the success of the commercial, Supercell has seen only a marginal increase in downloads following the advertisement.[65] In 2020, Supercell collaborated with an animation production studio Psyop, produced a short film Lost & Crowned, was uploaded on 12 September 2020 and qualified for Oscars recognition in December.


In 2012, Supercell was awarded as the best Nordic start-up company[66] and chosen as the Finnish game developer of the year.[67] The following year, Supercell won the Finnish Teknologiakasvattaja 2013 (Technology Educator 2013) contest,[68] and the company was chosen as the software entrepreneur of the year. In 2014, the research and consultancy agency T-Media chose Supercell as Finland's most reputable company in their Luottamus&Maine (Trust&Reputation) report.[69]


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