Zynga: Profitable With $30 to $40 Million in Revenue


Don’t thing social gaming is a big business? Think again. Zynga, one of the leading social gaming platforms on Facebook and MySpace announced at the end of the year that they were cash flow positive. Today PaidContent quotes Tim Chang of Northwest Venture Partners who says, “they’re making something like $30 million to $40 million per year mostly from people buying Texas Hold ‘Em chips on Facebook.”

Remember that million dollar application I wrote about previously? It looks like Zynga has at least one if not more than one “million dollar application”, possibly even reaching multi-millions.

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