No mention has been made of this new studio working on original games, but just creating new ways to extend existing Zynga properties. Either way, it's an exciting time for developers in India, whose game creation scene is certainly burgeoning.
Aside from improved payment options and, of course, localization, we can't to see what Zynga Studio-I cooks up. Not to mention what this means for Zynga's inevitable further expansion. There's a little country starts with an "I" and ends with "donesia" that would be fine target.In only one year, India has made exciting advancements in technology that have truly improved efficiency for the entire company, said Zynga India Country Manager, Shan Kadavil (pictured left). With the launch of Studio-I, we are expanding our capabilities to leverage the amount of creative talent based in India for new features within Zynga's popular games. We are looking for more people with an entrepreneurial drive combined with engineering and artistic skills to join our exciting and growing team.
[Image Credit: Hindu Business Line]
What do you think of Zynga's move into India? Where do you predict Zynga will go next? Sound off in the comments. Add Comment.