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Zynga launches mobile role-playing games as executive losses mount

Zynga is expanding its first-ever mobile role-playing games  Montopia  and  Ayakashi: Ghost Guild  to the Western market. The two free-to-play titles were initially introduced exclusively to Japanese consumers in early 2012.

Zynga loses infrastructure chief Leinwand as exec exodus continues

Zynga CTO of Infrastructure Allan Leinwand has left the beleaguered social gaming giant to take a similar role at enterprise IT firm ServiceNow,  GigaOm  reports.

Zynga exodus continues, four more executives resign as stock plummets

At least four Zynga executives have resigned within the last several weeks as the beleaguered social gaming giant's share price continues to slide.

Zynga COO Schappert resigns following management shakeup

Zynga Chief Operating Officer John Schappert has resigned one week after the firm stripped him of his responsibilities as head of social gaming development.

Zynga shakes up leadership, demotes COO

In the wake of mobile gaming giant Zynga's less than stellar second quarter earnings, the company is shaking up its leadership, most notably by demoting its chief operating officer and combining its mobile and Web divisions.

Zynga blames $22.8M Q2 losses on Facebook, pins rebound hopes on mobile

Zynga blamed its second quarter net losses of $22.8 million on recent changes made by social network Facebook as well as diminishing mobile traffic for high-profile acquisition Draw Something.

Zynga to launch cross-platform game portal that links Android, iOS and more

Zynga unveiled a new platform intended to eliminate fragmentation and allow gamers to play Zynga games across different operating systems and portals such as Google's  Android,  Apple's iOS, Facebook, Google+ and the Web.

Zynga's 'Draw Something' picked up for CBS game show pilot

CBS has ordered an unscripted pilot based on Zynga's blockbuster mobile social game  Draw Something.

Zynga CEO: 'We want to be a mobile gaming network'

Zynga CEO Mark Pincus said the company aspires to evolve into a mobile gaming network comparable to Microsoft's (NASDAQ:MSFT) Xbox Live online multiplayer platform. Speaking Wednesday at the All

Zynga, American Express team for digital rewards program

Zynga is partnering with American Express to introduce Serve Rewards, a new loyalty program tied to the financial services provider's Serve digital wallet. Gamers can earn Zynga virtual game cash by