Zynga’s acquisitions push it to record bookings of $628 million for Q3 2020

Zynga reported revenue and bookings today that beat expectations for its third quarter that ended September 30, as pandemic gaming held up and revenue from acquisitions rolled in.

The San Francisco-based social gaming company reported bookings of $628 million, up 59% from the same quarter a year ago. Revenues (which do not include deferred revenues where users spend the virtual currency they purchase until later) were $503 million, up 46%.

The company grew like other game and media publishers because people are playing more in the pandemic, but Zynga was also able to integrate revenues from its $1.8 billilion acquisition

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