Zynga Files with the Securities and Exchange Commission

Zynga, the San Francisco-based startup company who invented “Farmville,” “Cityville” and numerous other social games for Facebook, has recently filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission in order to initiate stock offering to the public. Zynga aims to sell as much as $1 billion worth of stock.

“Zynga is a company with more than 2,000 amazingly talented employees dedicated to engaging, surprising and delighting an audience that has grown to 148 million monthly unique users in 166 countries,” said Mark Pincus, CEO.

According to the filing, the company’s revenue has grown from $19.4 million to $597.5 million in two years.

“By offering our shares to the public we hope to enable Zynga to invest more in play than any company in history,” Pincus added. “We will continue to make big investments in servers, data centers and other infrastructure so players’ farms, cities, islands, airplanes, triple words and empires can be available on all their devices in an instant. We will also continue to fund the best teams around the world to build the most accessible, social and fun games.”

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