Zynga has lost two more top executives in the wake of all their legal and financial troubles.
Mobile gaming company Zynga’s troubles have been all over the public spotlight lately. And if the latest reports are accurate, the company is continuing to bleed talent.
According to The Wall Street Journal, Zynga’s China office lost its general manager Andy Tian yesterday. When questioned about his decision to leave the company, all Tian would say is that he’s decided to "return to his entrepreneurial roots." And now GamesIndustry.biz is reporting that Zynga’s vice president of partner publishing Rob Dyer has also left the company.
One of the responsibilities attached to Dyer’s lengthy former title included working with third-party developers to help promote their products, much like the short-lived EA Partners program. His previous job had him performing a similar role at Sony Computer Entertainment America; no word yet on where he’ll end up next.
Both men were top executives at Zynga and their departures are certain to cause more negative ripples to spread throughout the company.