Zynga shutters real-money gambling plans for the US

By David Tom
Jul 26, 2013
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  1. After heavily investing in a real-money gambling game targeted at the UK, Zynga eventually wanted to bring the service to US residents. Unfortunately, the company continues to struggle, with new reports suggesting that the once-popular developer has lost 40 percent...

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  2. Ranger1st

    Ranger1st TechSpot Enthusiast Posts: 265   +77

    Zynga's games are so heavily micro transactioned and the power balance is laughable from the very start if someone's invested $25 into the game, they pretty much dominate with no chance for the casual gamer. Every time they launch a new game less and less people play.
  3. tipstir

    tipstir TS Ambassador Posts: 4,576   +76

    CafeWorld (run a cafe) was the last game I played on FB from them. There is another one called Yoville gives you apartment where you have a avator base on your cartoon self. You can invite friends over to our apart or go down into the lobby our even walk around outside. If you move up in the ranks you can buy your own house have party there own a pet and more.

    But Zynga's goal is to make money so both CafeWorld and Yoville can cost you.. If you want to stay ahead of the others who play it!


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