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Zynga, Inc. Message Board

  • goodchoice11 goodchoice11 Jul 18, 2013 9:43 PM Flag

    ZNGA Poker no longer Available on the main website.

    I just noticed you can't play poker on the main website and are redirected to Facebook, iOS iOS or Android.
    I guess the Facebook relationship is stronger then many had thought! This along with RMG and more mobil apps are a few of the many good things coming!

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    • Just read this on IPO news from GSP Insider
      With the Facebook move, Zynga has moved one step up the ladder in its online-gaming business. Head of Zynga's game-partnerships at FB, Sean Ryan said that going forward, online gaming is going to be a definite money-churner for the company and will drive growth. The U.K is one of the countries in the world where online gambling is legally permitted and this is definitely going to be a test of fire for Zynga. For Zynga games fans, who wish to bet their own money, online gaming is a logical extension. In 2012, the online real-money gaming business was worth $30B.

      Zynga's FB apps will be available online before a month's time. But that's not where the company is stopping. A mobile version is also in the pipeline. With the Facebook version, the company's real-money gambling games will now be easily accessible to U.K's general population. If this venture proves to be a success, Zynga will consider expanding this business. Considering that online gaming is gaining in popularity and size, Zynga will definitely be zinging its way to the bank.

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

    • This is a curious development.

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

    • Something is definitely up. User numbers are down on Zynga's website and it appeared Zynga was really trying to promote their own platform due to FB's 30% cut of profits.

      Biatches need to recognize.

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