Clash of Clans maker profit up despite Pokemon challenge

By Tuomas Forsell and Jussi Rosendahl HELSINKI (Reuters) – Supercell, the maker of hit mobile game Clash of Clans, said on Wednesday sales growth stalled last year due to competition from new challengers such as Nintendo Co's Pokemon GO, though earnings rose. The Finnish company, majority owned by China's Tencent Holdings Ltd , said profits benefited from lower spending on advertising and the successful launch of its latest game, Clash Royale. Clash Royale was a huge hit," Chief Executive Ilkka Paananen told reporters.

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