Zynga’s Revenue Growth Rate Is Slowing

Zynga is just out with its yet-again-amended IPO filing, and it shows some slowing — albeit still impressive — revenue growth, and its first-ever dip in the company’s preferred measure of sales.

Zynga also disclosed it conducted a “third-party” valuation in August that assumed a $14.05 billion value for Zynga’s stock — up slightly from the $13.98 billion valuation three months earlier. The analysis also baked in 75 percent odds of an IPO — slightly lower than the 80 percent probability of an IPO three months earlier before a stretch of wild market swings that dented the IPO market.

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