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Zynga to acquire Turkey-based games maker Rollic

Thursday 6 August 2020 | 11:35 CET | News
Zynga entered into an agreement to acquire 80 percent of Turkey-based Rollic, a mobile games developer and publisher, for USD 168 million in cash. The final upfront transaction consideration will also include customary closing adjustments and is expected to close on 1 October. Over the next three years, Zynga will acquire the remaining 20 percent in equal installments at valuations based on specific profitability goals. With this acquisition, Zynga enters the hyper-casual market and adds a highly talented team and an extensive network of external developers. Rollic will meaningfully increase

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Companies: Zynga
Countries: Turkey / World
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