Burying the Hatchet

Clash of the Titans  was averted when social gaming giant Zynga and Facebook decided to end their dispute over Credits and notifications and sign a five year agreement to continue their takeover of the Internet.  Articles and analysis from:

Gamasutra ” Widely-reported tensions between Facebook and Zynga, the largest developer of games for its platform, seem to have dissolved with a new five-year agreement on virtual currency.”

TechCrunch ” Facebook’s director of communications Larry Yu tells us that the 30 percent fee has remained the same for this deal. But according to a source, Zynga was able to win some concessions and the company walked away pleased with the deal.”

CNET ” One of the biggest companies to emerge on Facebook’s platform was Zynga, which now has around 230 million monthly active users (Facebook has about 400 million).”

San Francisco ChronicleNeither firm would comment on recent published reports that their relationship was strained and that Zynga was preparing to break away with its own service called Zynga Live.”

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Los Angeles Times

PC World

Telegraph.co.uk

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