Zynga Inc (NASDAQ:ZNGA) Poker fans can now play their favorite game on the Windows phone, says a report from the Windows Phone. The game will be available with support for a number of languages such as Turkish, Italian, French, German, Chinese, Portuguese, Japanese, Korean and Indonesian.
Cleaner and stylish poker
Zynga, the largest poker site in the world according to ESPN, said that poker is a game that is compatible with players of every level, beginners to experts. Moreover, players can toggle between the mobile devices and browsers, competing against other players using a variety of rules.
Zynga will offer 20,000 chips and 10 gold to new players for a limited time. Zynga Poker comes with a modern, clean and stylish look along with an easy to navigate interface, bringing a level of polish to the poker table that sets it apart from the competitors.
Major features of Zynga Poker is winning real-world prizes during the special events, intuitive lobby to port players on their favorite table faster, better control for the players, also the users can win 225,000 free chips daily with Lucky Bonus slots.
Zynga launched the mobile version of Poker for iOS and Android in September. The game is expected to play a vital role in the turnaround of the struggling social game maker.
Zynga director sell shares
Separately, Zynga director Ellen F. Siminoff sold 10,000 shares on the open market in a transaction that occurred on December 15th. Siminoff sold shares at an average price of $2.51 for a total value of $25,100. After the sales, Siminoff owns 39,308 shares of the company stock value at approximately $98,663, according to a legal filing with the SEC.
Zynga have been assigned ratings by a number of analysts recently. Jefferies analysts upgraded the game maker from a Hold to a Buy rating in a research note to the investors on November 11th. Analysts have now assigned it a price target of $4.50, an increase from $2.48. Benchmark Co. has reduced their price target on the stock to $2.45 in a research note to investors on November 10th. Separately, analysts at Credit Suisse maintained their Underperform rating and upped their a price target to $3.44 from $3.42 in a research note to investors November 7th. Zynga presently has an average rating of Hold and a consensus target price of $3.75.