GungHo considers a move to Finland

The president of Japanese gaming firm GungHo Online Entertainment is considering relocating the company to Finland.

Just last monthGungHo acquired a 51 percent stakein Finnish Clash of Clans developer Supercell for $1.5 billion, sothe report from The Wall Street Journalthat company boss Taizo Son is pondering a move isn’t straight out of the blue.

Taizo, the younger brother of GungHo parent company SoftBank’s owner Masayoshi Son, is said to be pondering the move to take advantage of Finland’s low corporate taxes and startup scene.

Develop has more details.

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