Zynga beat expectations for its second quarter, reporting revenues of just under $231 million, down 31 percent from a year ago, and bookings of $188 million, down 38 percent from a year ago. The company lost 1 cent per share.
Those results, however, were slightly better than Wall Street expected. Analysts had anticipated revenue of about $185 million with a loss of up to 4 cents per share.
Zynga continues to lose users. The company reported 39 million daily active users for Q2, a figure that's down 45 percent from last year. Monthly active user went down by 39 … Read more