Zynga (NASDAQ:ZNGA) posted a stronger than expected set of Q3 2021 results, with revenue rising by about 40% year-over-year to $705 million and GAAP loss per share coming in at -$0.04.
Zynga saw its Online game or user-pay revenue grow 31% to $571 million, while its advertising and other revenue surged 99% to $134 million.
Zynga stock remains up by about 8% since it published results earlier this week.
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