Zynga's Largest Shareholders And How Much They Own

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A Snapshot Of Zynga's Financials: Revenues Grew 392 Percent Last Year To $600 Million


Zynga just filed for its much-awaited $1 billion IPO and now we know how much founder Mark Pincus and the company’s investors own in the company. Zynga’s investors include Reid Hoffman, DST, Google, Tiger Global, Kevin Rose, Kleiner Perkins, Union Square Ventures, Andreessen Horowitz, Peter Thiel, Foundry Group and IVP.

Pincus is the largest shareholder of Zynga, with 16 percent of the company (all in terms of Class B shares). Kleiner Perkins owns 11 percent of the company; IVP owns 6.1 percent; Union Square Ventures owns 5.5 percent; Foundry owns 6.1 percent, Avalon Ventures owns 6.1 percent and DST owns 5.8 percent.

Pincus makes a salary of $300,000, and Van Natta earns a salary of $200,000.

Pincus actually sold 7,840,836 shares for a total of $109,458,070 in March. Union Square Ventures, Foundry, Kleiner Perkins, Avalon and IVP all sold shares back to Zynga earlier this year (see chart below).