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Recent articles about Zynga
New partnership with university announced to address racial disparities in gaming industry and establish career pipeline
First quarter financials show publisher's continued acquisitions have led to soaring revenues, but it continues to post net losses
New partnership announced on International Women's Day will enable non-profit to expand its program of free coding clubs
Social publisher buys Torchlight 3 developer to help bring existing mobile franchises to consoles and PC
President of publishing Bernard Kim says Zynga is more concerned with culture than cost of acquisitions, addresses forecast of continued losses
First titles expected to arrive in 2021, no plans for standalone releases on non-mobile platforms
Mobile and social publisher expects 2021 to see more record sales and continued losses
With the original FarmVille shutting down after 11 years, we explore the impact the hit social game had on the industry
Zynga subsidiary will now fully take over development of Onnect from Chef Game Studio
The new studio will focus on the development of NaturalMotion's Star Wars game
Social publisher sees even more acquisitions in its future as revenue, engagement metrics grow, but net loss remains
The publisher's most formative product will be shut down at the end of this year
Success of two 2019 acquisitions has the company projecting a net loss of $550 million for the full year
Istanbul-based studio has developed titles such as Go Knots 3D and Flipper Dunk
Mobile giant takes on Istanbul studio along with Toon Blast, Toy Blast
Acquisition of Peak Games expected to increase Zynga's global audience by 60%
Matt Bromberg says the social gaming company hasn't skipped a beat because of social distancing
For the fifth straight quarter, publisher says the bottom line has been hurt by success of 2018 acquisitions
Plaintiffs warn that millions of users, including minors, will be at risk of fraud and identity theft "for years to come"
Q4 revenues up 63% year-over-year but Words With Friends publisher still posts modest net loss
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