Entries in 'zynga' (149)
Zynga-onwed social game Draw Something has been downloaded more than 100 million times since its release.
The legal tussle between EA and Zynga appears to be over.
CityVille 2, The Friend Game and Party Place are to close despite having only launched in the last quarter.
The Advertising Standards Agency has issued a warning to Paramount after ads for horror flick Paranormal Activity appeared in family-friendly mobile games.
Zynga lost yet another executive today with the departure of Brian Reynolds.
FarmVille 2’s hefty stint as Facebook’s No.1 game has come to an end.
Zynga will be closing its offices in Japan by the end of January, according to the company's head of operations in the territory.
Sony Online Entertainment president John Smedley believes the free-to-play model's reputation has taken a hit because Zynga has 'monetisation products' masquerading as games.
Another Zynga game is facing the chop.
Beleaguered publisher Zynga has suffered a fresh blow following news that Facebook is to cool the once special relationship enjoyed by the pair.
Zynga will no longer be tied so closely to Facebook as a new deal between the two will level the playing field between the FarmVille firm and its competitors.
People don’t want to pay for games.
Infamous hacker collective Anonymous has threatened to release confidential information about casual gaming company Zynga on November 5th.
A loss of nearly $53m for the last quarter means that Zynga has now posted total losses of nearly $161m over the last nine months.
Social games publisher Zynga has closed 13 of its studios resulting in the losss of around 100 jobs.
JP Morgan analyst Doug Anmuth has effectively labelled social gaming firm Zynga as “worthless”.
Zynga has taken a hit in regards to the publisher’s community numbers thanks to Facebook implementing measures to remove fraudulent ‘Likes’ from its pages.
Over a month after EA filed its copyright lawsuit against Zynga, the social gaming giant has responded with a suit of its own.
The executive exodus has continued at Zynga.
Zynga has partnered with MMO icon Richard Garriott for the launch of his studio’s new social game Ultimate Collector.
Zynga’s chief creative officer Mike Verdu is on the way out of the social games company to start his own mobile studio.
Zynga isn’t the most popular kid in the games industry playground – that much is certain.
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Polytron’s Phil Fish has revealed that Zynga sought out the indie studio with hopes of porting their XBLA platformer Fez to mobile devices.
An SEC filing has revealed John Schappert has resigned from his role as COO at Zynga.