Wooga is a mobile-first game developer. The Company develops free-to-play mobile and social games for mobile devices, such as smartphones and tablets and social networks like Facebook. Wooga’s focus is on creating regular hits such as Jelly Splash, Pearl’s Peril and Diamond Dash.

Company Growth (employees)
Berlin, DE
Size (employees)
264 (est)+3%
Wooga was founded in 2009 and is headquartered in Berlin, DE

Key People at Wooga

Jens Begemann

Jens Begemann

Founder & CEO
Jan Miczaika

Jan Miczaika

Philipp Moeser

Philipp Moeser

Co-Founder, MD, COO

Wooga Office Locations

Wooga has an office in Berlin
Berlin, DE (HQ)
38 Saarbrücker Str.

Wooga Data and Metrics

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Founding Date


Total Funding

$32.2 m

Latest funding size

$24 m

Time since last funding

about 6 years


Wooga's latest funding round in May 2011 was reported to be $24 m. In total, Wooga has raised $32.2 m

Traffic Overview of Wooga

Wooga Online and Social Media Presence

Wooga News and Updates

InnoGames acquires Wooga’s strategy game Warlords

InnoGames has acquired Wooga’s strategy game Warlords. Hamburg-based InnoGames will pick up ownership of Warlords and continue to operate the game, but it will not acquire any employees as part of the agreement. The deal comes shortly after the announcement last week that Sweden’s Snowprint Studios …

Former Wooga developers launch mobile game studio in Berlin

Former Wooga game developers have joined Sweden’s Snowprint Studios and opened a new mobile game studio in Berlin. Wilhelm Österberg, formerly the head of studio at Wooga, will lead Snowprint’s Berlin development office. The company will focus on global mid-core titles, or those that are hardcore in…

Pop ’til you drop with Wooga’s Bubble Island 2: World Tour

EXCLUSIVE: Wooga likes to handcraft its mobile games. So it’s a relatively rare event when it launches a new one. Today the Berlin-based company is announcing the launch of Bubble Island 2: World Tour, a zany bubble-shooter game with crazy physics. The iOS and Android mobile game is based on Wooga’s…

Berlin’s Wooga lays off 40 as it zeroes in on casual mobile games

Berlin-based Wooga, the maker of casual games such as Pearl’s Peril, has laid off 40 people out of its 300 employees. Jens Begemann, CEO of Wooga, confirmed in an email that the company made the cutbacks. Going forward, he said that Wooga will streamline its operations into three studios focused on …

Wooga Company Life and Culture

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