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Zynga Hires Former 888 Poker Exec in Sign They Are Moving Towards ‘Real Money’ Play

Written by:
Aaron Goldstein
Published on:
Aug/31/2012
Zynga Hires Former 888 Poker Exec in Sign  ‘Real Money’ Poker

Zynga, the world’s largest free-to-play online poker social gaming company, has reportedly hired Maytal Ginzburg Olsha, the former Senior Vice President of Corporate and Regulated Markets at 888 Holdings, the parent company of 888 Poker. 

Zynga fouder and CEO Mark Pincus told analysts back in July that the company intended to have “real money” play ready for early 2013. 

Zynga has seen its stock price plummet in recent months as a number of high ranking executives have chosen to leave the firm.

888 Poker is the world’s 4th largest “real money” online poker room.

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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