Zynga has made many acquisitions in recent years as they've tried to pad their status as a mobile giant, but one of their most questionable ones was when they bought OMGPOP, creators of Draw Something, for $200M.
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Zynga is celebrating the one-year anniversary of its popular Draw Something game with news that the app has surpassed 100 million downloads.
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Zynga has officially launched Draw Something 2, the followup to its highly-successful Pictionary-like mobile app Draw Something, which was released last year. Unveiled during the company's earnings call Wednesday, the latest version of the popular game brings new ways to play, a number of new drawing tools, as well as patterns and textures that can be incorporated into...
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The hugely-popular Draw Something mobile app is about to take over our television screens with a tea-time game show on Channel 4 called Draw It!According to a report from Marketing Week, the new show will feature two teams, made up of a celebrity and a member of the public, who'll attempt to win gold coins and cash prizes by drawing out clues.To round off the show there'll...
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Dan Porter is leaving Zynga a year after the online game maker bought his company, OMGPop, for $183 million.
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Filed under: Investing Shares of Zynga popped 11% higher this morning, and it's easy to see why. Months after announcing a partnership for real-money gambling in the U.K. with Bwin -- a company with licenses to operate real-money gaming websites overseas -- the first games are hitting the market. ZyngaPlusPoker and ZyngaPlusCasino will let gamblers wager real money in the...
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Jim Gaffigan’s semi-autobiographical comedy pilot at CBS for next season just got hotter after a gag he posted on Twitter went thermo-nuclear. Gaffigan’s stars in this semi-autobiographical comedy pilot about a guy who lives with wife and kids in a small New York apartment. Among the things that makes Gaffigan interesting to CBS these days is his 1.6 million followers on...
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AP Source: CBS buys half of TV Guide Network for $100 million; re-branding to come
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As Deadline reports, Will Arnett, the actor most famous for portraying Gob Bluth on Arrested Development and being the former Mr. Amy Poehler, will star in the lead role of a new multi-camera sitcom pilot being developed for CBS.
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