Chinese investors raise $850 million to fund Tencent's Supercell acquisition

Chinese investors raise $850 million to fund Tencent's Supercell acquisition

A consortium of companies has raised $850 million to support Tencent’s $8.6 billion acquisition of Clash Royaledeveloper Supercell.

The group of co-investors includes Chinese state-owned investment companies AVIC Capital and CITIC Capital MB, as well as Greater Global Investments Limited, SinoRock Star II Limited and SPDBI Royale.

Cash Royale

The consortium will indirectly hold a stake of 76.9% in the Finnish developer. Tencent plans to acquire 84.3% of Supercell in total.

The purchase is expected to be completed on October 27th.

The move follows the news that Tencent has taken out $3.5 billion in loans to fund the acquisition. The firm is thought to have commitments from 23 banks to make up the money for the deal.

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Craig Chapple is Senior Editor of and He was previously Deputy Editor at Develop and Online Editor at Nintendo of Europe.


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