Zynga gives stock options to prevent 'mass exodus'
Zynga has reportedly given stock options to all full-time employees as a preventive measure for workforce losses.READ MORE >
EA sues Zynga, claims copyright infringement in The Ville
Electronic Arts has filed a lawsuit against Zynga "on behalf of Maxis." EA claims that Zynga's newly released social game, The Ville, copies "original and distinctive expressive elements of The Sims Social in a clear violation of the US copyright laws."READ MORE >
Zynga hit by class action lawsuit over possible insider trading
Law firm Newman Ferrara is the first to go after the social gaming company, with others expected to follow. At the heart of the lawsuit is a trading "lockup" that prevented regular employees from selling their shares.READ MORE >
Zynga 'might have been a fad,' analyst says as stock plummets
Once a media and investment darling, social gaming giant Zynga is coming on hard times. The company released its second quarter earnings, causing the stock to plummet as much as 40% in after-hours trading.READ MORE >
Zynga announces The Ville, ChefVille, and FarmVille 2
Today, one of the world's biggest game publishers announced not one, but three extensions of one of the biggest gaming franchises ever. Yep, we're getting a whole lot of Ville games from Zynga.READ MORE >
Report: Draw Something getting game show adaptation
CBS has reportedly won a bidding war for the rights to make a Draw Something game show pilot, to premiere sometime in 2013.READ MORE >
EA CEO says data-driven social games will 'eventually die'
EA CEO John Riccitiello says his company is a "distant" second in social games, but claims that some social companies are more focused on data mining than crafting fun experiences.READ MORE >
FarmVille 2 in the works, domain registration and resume hint
Zynga has dabbled in sequels before, as evidenced by Mafia Wars 2's release. But, could a sequel to their most iconic property be in the works?READ MORE >