Former Zynga Game Developers Involved in Start-up Company

Siddharth Jain, Suraj Nalin and Preeti Reddy, former Zynga game developers, are involved in a new venture in India with an investment backing from IDG Ventures and former senior Zynga exec Yezdi Lashkari.

The new company, PlaySimple, will feature mobile games for the social gaming market.

“The team at PlaySimple is young and highly experienced in building and scaling mobile games for the global markets,” said IDG exec Karthik Prabhakar.



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    catapultaudio

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    Mobile is possibly the way to go, but I really think there is no better way to enjoy a premium online casino experience than on a full size computer with a big screen and top quaity sound system. As for Zynga, well they have recently shut down their Zynga Plus casino, which I am not sad to see go as they screwed me around with their welcome promotion and didn't seem to care that I wasn't going to be returning as a customer as a result, with that kind of attitude its not surprising they didnt last long.
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    Mobile is the way to go, it is going to be bigger than the internet was when is was first introduced. In fact, I have read more than several times that the desktop and laptop PC will be obsolete in just a short while. I'm not quite secure using my smartphone to take care of all my finances, but like all new advancements, we must change with the rest of the world or be left behind.
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    PlaySimple, that's a good name. SInce The team at PlaySimple is young and highly experienced they of course came up with a good name. I believe that former Zynga game developers, Siddharth Jain, Suraj Nalin and Preeti Reddy see the high potential money to be made in the mobile department. That is a great move I believe. People seem to have there phone do anything from paying bills, banking, shopping, coupons and there is no end to what your mobile can do.

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