Originally Posted by TOEtallyF33t
BTW Zyngas shares have dropped from $10 to $2.30.
On the verge of busto ville i posted a link to an article earlier. The facebook games arent making much coin these days.
Doesn't matter too much that they're messing up other areas of their business - people don't look at Zynga's financial reports before signing up to play their games. Recreational players know Zynga so it offers a big opportunity for lots of new signups into the poker world. That is if it is advertised well, and with Bwin there is a very high chance that they'll nail the advertising, hopefully also via Facebook.