Facebook's High Expectations for Credits Revenue Imply Its Commitment to the Platform
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In case you thought Facebook wasn’t interested in the social gaming ecosystem on its platform, the company is actually hoping to make a large amount of money from it. At the TechCrunch Disrupt conference last week, former Facebook president Sean Parker said that he thinks that Credits, Facebook’s new virtual currency, will account for a third of the social network’s revenue over the next 12 months.
Some developers have been cynical about Facebook’s goals for gaming, given changes it has made to the platform that have led to major