29th June 2011
The Financial Times (paywall) says the company could raise as much as $2bn in the sale, based on a valuation of between $15bn and $20bn,
It also reports that the IPO will be led by Morgan Stanley, along with Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Barclays, Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan.
If the listing goes ahead Zynga will be the first of many big name social networking and media companies to go public.
Zynga is the maker of FarmVille and Mafia Wars, which are free to play but charge for additional features.
The listings of social media companies have been questioned by analysts who feel that many may be overvalued.
For those that use and benefit from them, the price of their shares may be more than justified.
What do you think? Have your say below.
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