Rumours suggest the firm has far outplayed analyst expectations
Zynga, the rapidly expanding social game firm, is reportedly set to announce six-month revenues of $350 million.
And, according to a TechCrunch report, half of those revenues will result in operating profit.
Zynga, now in full flow of a fearsome buyout spree, is thought to have taken in as much as $200 million in investment from Google.
No official announcement has been made on the speculation.
Zynga, one of the world’s biggest social gaming companies, has won close to half a billion dollars in investment. These have partly funded an agressive acquisition spree, with the social game firm looking to absorb the competition in a bid to become the first kingpin in the emerging social game sector.
The group has opened offices across the globe; in Europe, the US and Asia.