The Zynga Hold'em Poker Phenomenon - A True Runaway Success Story!
Zynga Hold'em still remains one of Facebooks most popular games. Zynga Poker was Zynga's very first game and now it is played by players all over the globe.
When Zynga Hold'em first got started, some experts claimed that they hadn't even got the game of Poker right, however no one can dispute they cracked the social gaming market, and in a massive way as well!
Launching their Poker game with an early alliance with Facebook, Zynga soon climbed to the very summit of the gaming charts, and in the process forever changed how the world views internet games forever.
Zynga Poker can be played 24/7 on any connected device. It is free to play and is available to play on mobile app downloads as well as Facebook desktop. They do not offer real money Poker games to their North American clients, however they have gotten together with PartyGaming, and offer real money Poker in the United Kingdom.
Zynga Poker's real money game, expect to share the very same international pool of players that makes PartyPoker such a force in the world of Poker, and the largest Poker network on the planet. Looking at their poker numbers in depth, just a while back Poker Scout made some comparisons between real money Poker sites and Zynga Poker, and the numbers were astonishing.
It can be seen that there are 15.9 million active weekly users. This translates into 100,000 players all playing Poker at any particular time. This figure is more than PokerStars with both play and real money combined. Not to put too fine a point on it, it's actually almost twice the entire online real money gaming industry combined!
There are over 10 million people who play Zynga Poker every month, and some months have seen their game record almost 40 million active users. That figure represents the equivalent of the entire population of California, not just South!
Zynga Poker pulls in around $180 - $200 million each and every year! Regardless of whether one loves them or hates them, one can't ignore the irrefutable proof. It's undeniable that their version of Texas Hold'em, Zynga Hold'em, is nothing short of a runaway success, and it doesn't look like slowing down anytime in the near future either!