Zynga registered with the SEC for its highly anticipated IPO today, finally offering a look inside the social gaming powerhouse. We now know the answers to some burning questions, such as whether it is profitable (yes, it posted net income of about $90 million last year).
For most of us, the most intriguing question has been: Who exactly owns the company. As Zynga’s popularity has grown, it seems everyone and his uncle has laid claim to holding a stake in the company. Here, then, are the top 11 shareholders, as detailed in the company’s S-1 filing.