According to the same deal Zynga was not allowed to develop games for other platforms but on the other side it was allowed to put its own advertisements within its Facebook games.
New documents filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission reveal that now Zynga has the same conditions that Facebook offers to its other developers. While it’s still unclear who wanted to close the partnership ahead of time one thing is certain: Zynga is now under a high risk of loosing a lot.
Right after the news on the changes were made public Zynga’s shares were down by 13 percent of their previous value. There’s no wonder! Zynga makes 80 percent of its revenue from Facebook. Facebook could also loose a lot from this new arrangement as 15 percent of its income is from Zynga.