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Whales don't just gamble. They also play FarmVille.
by Andrew Kiraly | posted July 8, 2011
Zynga, the maker of the incredibly crackalicious (and, to many, incredibly annoyalicious) game FarmVille, has an interesting and verrrry profitable model: They depend largely on a small percentage of whales to make their money. Vegas comparisons abound in this Bloomberg piece:
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