Tuesday February 18, 2020

Investors told games firm will not pay tax in Ireland

An Irish-registered company behind the global blockbuster Candy Crush game has told potential investors that it does not expect to pay any corporation tax here on its worldwide profits.

16th March, 2014
Candy Crush is played by more than 90 million people every day on tablets and mobile phones. Picture: PA

An Irish-registered company behind the global blockbuster Candy Crush game has told potential investors that it does not expect to pay any corporation tax here on its worldwide profits.

The company is currently seeking to raise more than half a billion dollars on the New York Stock Exchange and has told investors that it will use inter-company transfers to avoid tax on profits it sends to Ireland.

King Digital Entertainment is seeking to raise $532.8...

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