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Helsinki Cover Lana Del Rey's Video Games -  NME Basement Session

Helsinki Cover Lana Del Rey's Video Games - NME Basement Session

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Subscribe to our channel to watch more NME videos: http://bit.ly/1jY5CFd Watch Helsinki, Drew McConnell from Babyshambles' band, perform a stunning version of Lana Del Rey's 'Video Games', recorded during their stripped-back NME Basement Session with Dead Crow Beer. Follow us on : Twitter: http://bit.ly/I0EsOs Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1eQ196D
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Helsinki summer games 1952 Olympics opening ceremony

Helsinki summer games 1952 Olympics opening ceremony

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Scenes from the athletes' village, the opening ceremony and streets of Helsinki from the summer games of 1952.
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1952, Emil Zátopek, 5000m, Olympic Games, Helsinki

1952, Emil Zátopek, 5000m, Olympic Games, Helsinki

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1952, Emil Zátopek, 5000m, Olympic Games, Helsinki This is one of the most famous races of all time. Zatopek had won the 10,000m but he knew that the 5000m race was going to bee hardest of all three that he would attempt in an incredible eight day period of the Games. His opponents included Alain Mimoun (France), Herbert Schade (Germany) and the British pair Chris Chataway and Gordon Pirie. In the famous final lap Zatopek was overtaken by Mimoun, Schade and Chataway but with the crowd chanting Zat-O-Pek, Zat-O-Pek, Zat-O-Pek he rallied and passed all three to win a memorable race. Mimoun was a great friend of Zatopek but he had never beaten him. He had finished 2nd so many times that he was known as "Zatopek's Shadow." Fast forward to the 1956 Marathon. Mimoun won and Zatopek (who had undergone a hernia operation six weeks before the race) was sixth. At the finish line, Mimoun waited and waited for his friend to finish. Zátopek was dazed by the temperatures. He looked at Mimoun who said, "Emil, why don't you congratulate me? I am the Olympic champion." Mimoun and Zátopek then embraced. Mimoun called the moment as being more valuable than his gold medal.
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1952 Summer Olympic Games in Helsinki, Finland - CharlieDeanArchives / Archival Footage

1952 Summer Olympic Games in Helsinki, Finland - CharlieDeanArchives / Archival Footage

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1952 Summer Olympic Games in Helsinki, Finland - CharlieDeanArchives "The 1952 Summer Olympics, officially known as the Games of the XV Olympiad, were an international multi-sport event held in Helsinki, Finland, in 1952. Helsinki had been earlier selected to host the 1940 Summer Olympics, which were cancelled due to World War II. It had been the Olympic Games at which the most number of world records were broken, until surpassed by the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing.[1] The Soviet Union, the People's Republic of China, and Israel made their Olympic debuts in Helsinki 1952." Read on: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1952_Summer_Olympics . CharlieDeanArchives - Archive footage from the 20th century making history come alive!
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Spartaque Live @ Bass Games, Helsinki, Finland [Summer 2017]

Spartaque Live @ Bass Games, Helsinki, Finland [Summer 2017]

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Subscribe: http://bit.ly/SubscribeSpartaque 01 Wehbba - Fake [Drumcode] 02 Spartaque - Floppy Headache [Codex] 03 Beico & MT93 - The Universal Melody [Renesanz] 04 Steam Shape - Lunar Rocks [Footwork] 05 Arjun Vagale - Liquid [Drumcode] 06 Shlomi Aber - Deception [Be As One] 07 Filterheadz - Tipping Point (Atroxx Remix)[Unity Records] 08 Ramiro Lopez, Andres Campo - Pachamama [Odd Recordings] 09 Christian Hornbostel - Orbital Range [Tauten] 10 Tiger Stripes - Destroyer [Drumcode] 11 Alan Wools - World In Trouble [Codex] 12 Devid Vega - Irregular Express [Riot Recordings] 13 Amelie Lens - In Silence [Drumcode] 14 Metodi Hristov - Sonar (D-Unity Remix)[UNITY RECORDS] 15 Mattew Jay - Black Eagle (DJ Jock Remix)[Codex] 16 Kostas Maskalides - Furnace [Phobiq] 17 Spartaque - ID 18 Mars Bill - Mohave [Drumcode] 19 Oscar L - Flash [UNITY RECORDS] 20 Spartaque - ID 21 Alan Wools - No Sleep [IAMT] Spartaque Live: http://bit.ly/1W3t0Uo Supreme Radio Show: http://bit.ly/1T6pLay Follow Spartaque: Website: http://www.spartaque.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/spartaquelive Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/spartaque Soundcloud: http://soundcloud.com/spartaque Beatport: http://www.beatport.com/artist/spartaque/44420 Eastern Europe’s greatest techno export. Spartaque is no stranger to the club scene by being one of the most fast rising superstars of our era. Rumors say that he never sleeps as he somehow manages to rock the dancefloors worldwide every week, producing unstoppably tens of dancefloor weapons which are hosted at the greatest labels and supported by the most important artists, being host of the legendary radioshow Supreme and running his mighty label IAMT. That way, his name has been a matter of respect and admiration for hundreds and thousands of followers for many years. He shows no will to slow down so jump on his official Facebook fan page so you can be updated with plenty of news and even more TECHNO ! charts summer 2017 pioneer tech house
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SYND 23 6 76 WORLD ATHLETIC GAMES OPEN IN HELSINKI

SYND 23 6 76 WORLD ATHLETIC GAMES OPEN IN HELSINKI

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(22 Jun 1976) Scenes from various sevents at the 1976 World Athletics Games in Helsinki, Finland, including shots of the 100 metre sprint, the high jump competition, the last lap of 5,000 metre race, and the women's 400 metre final. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/2001bf5986986338c453d0f2abfe2651 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Steroidi69 vs Naazime | Exciting 5 Games + Interview at Helsinki

Steroidi69 vs Naazime | Exciting 5 Games + Interview at Helsinki

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Jason's winning deck highlights at Helsinki + Interview: https://youtu.be/dKveazA7IFA CRLeague highlights S1: W3: Nova eSports vs Crucible Gaming: https://youtu.be/S_uZ6Utkfi0 CRLeague highlights S1: W3: Hammers eSports vs Elite Gaming: https://youtu.be/H7JGoZDAH3c Tune in to the first official Clash Royale tournament! Live from Helsinki - 200 players enter the Arena, who will leave victorious? Steroidi69 and Naazime exciting 5 games match. Enter the Arena! From the creators of Clash of Clans comes a real-time multiplayer game starring the Royales, your favorite Clash characters and much, much more. Collect and upgrade dozens of cards featuring the Clash of Clans troops, spells and defenses you know and love, as well as the Royales: Princes, Knights, Baby Dragons and more. Knock the enemy King and Princesses from their towers to defeat your opponents and win Trophies, Crowns and glory in the Arena. Form a Clan to share cards and build your very own battle community.
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Helsinki Euro Games 2016

Helsinki Euro Games 2016

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Clash Royale: Live Helsinki Tournament

Clash Royale: Live Helsinki Tournament

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Tune in to the first official Clash Royale tournament! Live from Helsinki - 200 players enter the Arena, who will leave victorious? Enter the Arena! From the creators of Clash of Clans comes a real-time multiplayer game starring the Royales, your favorite Clash characters and much, much more. Collect and upgrade dozens of cards featuring the Clash of Clans troops, spells and defenses you know and love, as well as the Royales: Princes, Knights, Baby Dragons and more. Knock the enemy King and Princesses from their towers to defeat your opponents and win Trophies, Crowns and glory in the Arena. Form a Clan to share cards and build your very own battle community. Lead the Clash Royale Family to victory! FEATURES ● Duel players from around the world in real-time and take their Trophies ● Earn chests to unlock rewards, collect powerful new cards and upgrade existing ones ● Destroy opponent’s towers and win Crowns to earn epic Crown chests ● Build and upgrade your card collection with the Clash Royale Family along with dozens of your favorite Clash troops, spells and defenses ● Construct your ultimate Battle Deck to defeat your opponents ● Progress through multiple Arenas all the way to the top ● Form a Clan to share cards and build your very own battle community ● Challenge your Clanmates and friends to a private duel ● Learn different battle tactics by watching the best duels on TV Royale PLEASE NOTE! Clash Royale is free to download and play, however, some game items can also be purchased for real money. If you don't want to use this feature, please disable in-app purchases in your device's settings. Also, under our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy, you must be at least 13 years of age to play or download Clash Royale. A network connection is also required. Support: Are you having problems? Visit http://supercell.helpshift.com/a/clash-royale/ or contact us in-game by going to Settings, Help and support. Privacy Policy: http://supercell.com/en/privacy-policy/ Terms of Service: http://supercell.com/en/terms-of-service/ Parent's Guide: http://supercell.com/en/parents/
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Summer Olympics 1952 Helsinki

Summer Olympics 1952 Helsinki

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1952 Helsinki Olympic Games Men's 100 meter freestyle

1952 Helsinki Olympic Games Men's 100 meter freestyle

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Clarke Scholes (USA) led from the start, was first at the turn and finished inches ahead of Hiroshi Suzuki of Japan, who came up with a rousing burst of speed in the final 25 yards. Both were clocked in 57 point 4 seconds.
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SSV Helsinki vs   Zug United B14 White - PRAGUE GAMES 2017

SSV Helsinki vs Zug United B14 White - PRAGUE GAMES 2017

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Spartaque Live @ Bass Games, Helsinki, Finland

Spartaque Live @ Bass Games, Helsinki, Finland

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Check out Spartaque perform at Bass Game Club in Helsinki Finland! Follow Spartaque @ https://www.facebook.com/spartaquelive/?fref=ts https://twitter.com/Spartaque https://soundcloud.com/spartaque https://www.mixcloud.com/spartaque/ https://www.youtube.com/user/djspartaque https://pro.beatport.com/artist/spartaque/44420 https://www.instagram.com/spartaquelive/ www.spartaque.com/
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Helsinki Olympics (1952 Summer Olympics) 1954 US Army The Big Picture TV-250

Helsinki Olympics (1952 Summer Olympics) 1954 US Army The Big Picture TV-250

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more at http://sports.quickfound.net 'Every four years an event of breathtaking excitement, color and pageantry takes place in the world of sports--in the greatest of all athletics and competitions--the Olympic Games. In l952, American athletes performed magnificently in competition, achieving the final victory in the unofficial team standings. Contributing greatly to that victory were 80 men of our Armed Forces. Here, released for the first time on THE BIG PICTURE, is the story of our Armed Forces athletes in one of the most closely contested Olympiads of all time.' "The Big Picture" episode TV-250 The Big Picture TV Series playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL_hX5wLdhf_Jwfz5l_3NRAcCYURbOW2Fl Public domain film from the US National Archives, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and mild video noise reduction applied. The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and/or equalization (the resulting sound, though not perfect, is far less noisy than the original). http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1952_Summer_Olympics The 1952 Summer Olympics (Finnish: Kesäolympialaiset 1952) (Swedish: Olympiska sommarspelen 1952), officially known as the Games of the XV Olympiad, were an international multi-sport event held in Helsinki, Finland, in 1952. Helsinki had been earlier selected to host the 1940 Summer Olympics, which were cancelled due to World War II. It is the northernmost city at which a summer Olympic Games have been held. It was also the Olympic Games at which the most number of world records were broken until surpassed by the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing. The Soviet Union, the People's Republic of China, Israel, and Saarland made their Olympic debuts in Helsinki 1952... Host city selection Helsinki was chosen as the host city over bids from Amsterdam and five American cities at the 40th IOC Session on June 21, 1947, in Stockholm, Sweden. Minneapolis and Los Angeles finished tied for second in the final voting... Highlights - For the first time, a team from the Soviet Union participated in the Olympics. The first gold medal for the USSR was won by Nina Romashkova in the women's discus throwing event. The Soviet women's gymnastics team won the first of its eight consecutive gold medals. - Israel made its Olympic debut. The Jewish state had been unable to participate in the 1948 Games because of its War of Independence. A previous Palestine Mandate team had boycotted the 1936 Games in protest of the Nazi regime. - The newly established People's Republic of China (PRC) participated in the Olympics for the first time, although only one swimmer (Wu Chuanyu) of its 40-member delegation arrived in time to take part in the official competition. The PRC would not return to the Summer Olympics until Los Angeles 1984. - The Republic of China (Taiwan) withdrew from the Games on July 20, in protest of the IOC decision to allow athletes from the People's Republic of China to compete. - To the enjoyment of the Finnish crowd, the Olympic Flame was lit by two Finnish heroes, runners Paavo Nurmi and Hannes Kolehmainen. Nurmi first lit the cauldron inside the stadium, and later the flame was relayed to the stadium tower where Kolehmainen lit it. Only the flame in the tower was burning throughout the Olympics. - Hungary, a country of 9 million inhabitants, won 42 medals at these games, coming in third place behind the much more populous United States and Soviet Union. - Hungary's Golden Team won the football tournament, beating Yugoslavia 2–0 in the final. - Germany and Japan were invited after being barred in 1948. Following the post-war occupation and partition, three German states had been established. Teams from the Federal Republic of Germany and the Saarland (which joined the FRG after 1955) participated; the German Democratic Republic (East Germany) was absent. Though they won 24 medals, the fifth-highest total at the Games, German competitors failed to win a gold medal for the only time. - Rules in equestrianism now allowed non-military officers to compete, including women. Lis Hartel of Denmark became the first woman in the sport to win a medal. - Emil Zátopek of Czechoslovakia won three gold medals in the 5000 m, 10,000 m and the Marathon (which he had never run before). - The India national field hockey team won its fifth consecutive gold. - Bob Mathias of the United States became the first Olympian to successfully defend his decathlon title with a total score of 7,887 points. - Josy Barthel of Luxembourg pulled a major surprise by winning the 1500 m...
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Olympic Games Helsinki 1952, Opening Ceremony

Olympic Games Helsinki 1952, Opening Ceremony

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Over 70,000 people arrived in the Olympic Stadium in spite of dismal weather to witness the Opening Ceremony of the Games of the XVth Olympiad. 4,925 athletes from 69 nations competed at the Helsinki Games.
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Supreme 282 with Spartaque Live @ Bass Games, Helsinki, Finland

Supreme 282 with Spartaque Live @ Bass Games, Helsinki, Finland

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Subscribe: http://bit.ly/SubscribeSpartaque Download: https://soundcloud.com/spartaque/supreme282 Tracklist: 01 Wehbba - Fake [Drumcode] 02 Spartaque - Floppy Headache [Codex] 03 Beico & MT93 - The Universal Melody [Renesanz] 04 Steam Shape - Lunar Rocks [Footwork] 05 Arjun Vagale - Liquid [Drumcode] 06 Shlomi Aber - Deception [Be As One] 07 Filterheadz - Tipping Point (Atroxx Remix)[Unity Records] 08 Ramiro Lopez, Andres Campo - Pachamama [Odd Recordings] 09 Christian Hornbostel - Orbital Range [Tauten] 10 Tiger Stripes - Destroyer [Drumcode] 11 Alan Wools - World In Trouble [Codex] 12 Devid Vega - Irregular Express [Riot Recordings] 13 Amelie Lens - In Silence [Drumcode] 14 Metodi Hristov - Sonar (D-Unity Remix)[UNITY RECORDS] 15 Mattew Jay - Black Eagle (DJ Jock Remix)[Codex] 16 Kostas Maskalides - Furnace [Phobiq] 17 Spartaque - ID 18 Mars Bill - Mohave [Drumcode] Spartaque Live: http://bit.ly/1W3t0Uo Supreme Radio Show: http://bit.ly/1T6pLay Follow Spartaque: Website: http://www.spartaque.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/spartaquelive Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/spartaque Soundcloud: http://soundcloud.com/spartaque Beatport: http://www.beatport.com/artist/spartaque/44420 Eastern Europe’s greatest techno export. Spartaque is no stranger to the club scene by being one of the most fast rising superstars of our era. Rumors say that he never sleeps as he somehow manages to rock the dancefloors worldwide every week, producing unstoppably tens of dancefloor weapons which are hosted at the greatest labels and supported by the most important artists, being host of the legendary radioshow Supreme and running his mighty label IAMT. That way, his name has been a matter of respect and admiration for hundreds and thousands of followers for many years. He shows no will to slow down so jump on his official Facebook fan page so you can be updated with plenty of news and even more TECHNO !
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Helsinki Games - 400m

Helsinki Games - 400m

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Mario & Sonic at the Helsinki Olympic Games

Mario & Sonic at the Helsinki Olympic Games

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Mario & Sonic at the Helsinki Olympic Games, featuring Mario and Wario at Equestrians. Hobby Horse or Keppihevonen power! Ikuinen elämä vai ikuinen kadotus: http://www.kolumbus.fi/luodes/FIN.html Eternal life or eternal damnation: http://www.godssimpleplan.org/gsps-english.html
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Greats of the Games  Emil Zatopek's Helsinki Olympics   BBC News

Greats of the Games Emil Zatopek's Helsinki Olympics BBC News

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Greats of the Games Emil Zatopek's Helsinki Olympics BBC News Video Link: https://youtu.be/TqFoUN734zs With the Rio Olympics beginning in four days, there is one achievement which will not be matched or even attempted. In 1952, Emil Zatopek ran in three longest distance races - 5,000m, 10,000m and the Marathon - and won them all. The Czech ran carrying an expression of utter pain and, in the process, brought pleasure to the world. David Eades reports. Thanks for Watching Like, Subscribe, Share for more videos Subscribe here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_nKdxBr1ucMOIrUL4QqlFA?sub_confirmation=1 Follow Us On Google +:https://plus.google.com/b/110261898479148405412 Follow Us On Twitter:https://twitter.com/NEWSw07d Follow us on Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/NEWSw07d NEWS w07d Here you can watch news videos every day.If you find any video has your content please message me on channel I will delete it from channel.
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SYND 02/07/69 10,000 METERS AT HELSINKI WORLD GAMES

SYND 02/07/69 10,000 METERS AT HELSINKI WORLD GAMES

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(2 Jul 1969) Ron hill of britain wins 10,000 metres race in world track and field games at Helsinki You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/11a924da351a576524e9e74487bb1191 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Emil Zatopek-Marathon,1952 Olympic Games,Helsinki

Emil Zatopek-Marathon,1952 Olympic Games,Helsinki

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Czech legend Emil Zatopek pulled off the seemingly impossible .After winning the 5/10 double he entered the marathon,a distance he had never run before ,and won by over two minutes,setting a new Olympic Record.And no one has done it since!
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Gold Medal Winner Josy Barthel (LUX) 1500 m - 1952 Olympic Games Helsinki

Gold Medal Winner Josy Barthel (LUX) 1500 m - 1952 Olympic Games Helsinki

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Joseph ("Josy") Barthel (24 April 1927 – 7 July 1992) was a Luxembourgish athlete. He was the surprise winner of the Men's 1500 metres at the 1952 Summer Olympics, and the only athlete representing Luxembourg to have won a gold medal at the Olympics.
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Marjorie Jackson Wins 100m - Australia's First Athletics Gold | Helsinki 1952 Olympics

Marjorie Jackson Wins 100m - Australia's First Athletics Gold | Helsinki 1952 Olympics

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Highlights from the Helsinki 1952 Olympic Games as Marjorie Jackson wins the women's 100m event to give Australia their first ever athletics gold medal. Subscribe to the Olympic channel: http://bit.ly/1dn6AV5 From the small town of Lithgow in Australia, Marjorie Jackson was a pioneer for Australian sport. In 1949, at the young age of seventeen she beat the seemingly unbeatable Fanny Blankers-Koen, icon of the London Olympic Games one year earlier. At the Helsinki 1952 Olympics, Marjorie Jackson made an outstanding Olympic debut as she won gold in both the women's 100 and 200 metres sprints. She became the first Australian woman to win an Olympic gold medal in Athletics. In the 100m final, with a time of 11.5 seconds, she beat Daphne Hasenjager from South Africa (11.8s) and fellow Austrian, Shirley Strickland (11.9s) Find more about the Helsinki 1952 Olympic Games: http://www.olympic.org/helsinki-1952-summer-olympics
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Is Helsinki still a great location to set up a games company?

Is Helsinki still a great location to set up a games company?

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During the Finnovator panel at Pocket Gamer Connects London 2016, moderator Chris James (Steel Media) asked if Helsinki is still a great location to set up a games company. Panellist from left to right Wilhelm Taht, Head of Games, Rovio Lasse Seppanen, CEO, PlayRaven Teemu Vilén, CEO, Reforged Studios Kim Soares, CEO, Kukouri Mobile Chris James, Steel Media
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Helsinki Games - 400m

Helsinki Games - 400m

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Helsinki Euro Games 2016

Helsinki Euro Games 2016

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Helsinki Euro Games 2016

Helsinki Euro Games 2016

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Verso Food in Helsinki Roosters game

Verso Food in Helsinki Roosters game

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Helsinki city museum game

Helsinki city museum game

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