Zynga, Kixeye and EA work with Facebook to allow users to begin playing games without requiring permissions to access profile information.
Meet The Ville, the newest member of Zynga’s “Ville” family

http://www.insidesocialgames.com/2012/06/26/meet-the-ville-the-newest-member-of-zyngas-ville-family/
Zynga teams with American Express to launch pre-paid credit card with in-game rewards.

http://www.insidesocialgames.com/2012/05/22/zynga-teams-with-american-express-launch-pre-paid-credit-card-with-in-game-rewards/

Zynga teams with American Express to launch pre-paid credit card with in-game rewards.

http://www.insidesocialgames.com/2012/05/22/zynga-teams-with-american-express-launch-pre-paid-credit-card-with-in-game-rewards/

Zynga’s Q1 revenues rose 32 percent to $321 mill due to growth in mobile usage. It’s now up to 21 mill DAUs, which is almost double of the 12 mill DAUs it reported to have in Q4 2011. The revenue increase beats the analysts’ estimates of $316.8 mill. 
According to Zynga chief executive Mark Pincus the acquisition of OMGPOP helped Zynga grow its mobile user base and make it the largest mobile gaming network for iOS and Android.

http://techcrunch.com/2012/04/26/zynga-q1-revenues-climb-32-to-321-million-no-seasonal-decline-in-bookings/

Zynga’s Q1 revenues rose 32 percent to $321 mill due to growth in mobile usage. It’s now up to 21 mill DAUs, which is almost double of the 12 mill DAUs it reported to have in Q4 2011. The revenue increase beats the analysts’ estimates of $316.8 mill.

According to Zynga chief executive Mark Pincus the acquisition of OMGPOP helped Zynga grow its mobile user base and make it the largest mobile gaming network for iOS and Android.

http://techcrunch.com/2012/04/26/zynga-q1-revenues-climb-32-to-321-million-no-seasonal-decline-in-bookings/

King.com has overtaken EA on Facebook with 10 mill DAUs. King.com’s chief executive and co-founder, Riccardo Zacconi, says that their target is to reach Zynga.

Zacconi also reveals that a possible IPO in 2013 is being considered.

http://www.gamesindustry.biz/articles/2012-04-19-king-com-overtakes-ea-on-facebook