Zynga has reported a significant year-on-year increase in revenue during the three months to September 30, while also confirming that chief financial officer David Lee has resigned with immediate effect.
Video game developer Activision Blizzard has announced that it has struck a deal to acquire King Digital Entertainment, the interactive gaming company behind the ‘Candy Crush Saga’ brand, for $5.9 billion (€5.4 billion).
Mobile social casino players are more likely to pay for gaming services and features than those accessing games via the web, according to new research from marketing and customer retention software service firm Optimove.
Imperus Technologies Corp., which specialises in social networking, mobile and real-money gaming, has confirmed the appointment of James Lanthier as its new chief executive and director with immediate effect.
NYX Gaming Group, a supplier of content and technology to lotteries, casinos and gaming operators, has announced that its NYX OGS system is now available to customers of Chartwell Technology and CryptoLogic Limited.
Crown Resorts looks set to become the latest land-based operator to expand into the social gaming sector after the Australian entertainment group revealed it has struck a deal to acquire a 60% stake in DGN Games.
Zynga has reached a settlement worth approximately $23 million (€21 million) to end litigation accusing the social gaming company of defrauding shareholders about its business products before and after an initial public offering (IPO) in December 2011.