When in May, the social mobile game company received a lot of fresh gunpower for acquisitions.
The man who is happy about that is Chris Petrovic, senior vice president and head of corporate strategy at Zynga. The company has spent a lot of money on acquisitions recently. It bought 80% of . It acquired . It bought most of . And years ago, it bought . All of that activity burned up a lot of the money that Zynga had from its initial public offering in 2011.
But with fresh money in its coffers, Petrovic can think about what makes sense for Zynga to do next. Petrovic gave a talk at the recent event in Anaheim, California. I spoke with him afterward.
Here’s an edited