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About RockYou

RockYou, formerly NetPickle, is committed to defining the future of social gaming, creating products intended to serve players, advertisers, and developers alike. The company has dedicated itself to the development of high-quality games and the Zoo World franchise. With advertising products that offer brands more meaningful interactions with players, RockYou creates a value-per-engagement for both brands and users.

RockYou Headquarters Location

208 Utah Street Suite 3004

San Francisco, California, 94103,

United States


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Latest RockYou News

Deal: EA Buys Warner Bros. Games' Playdemic For $1.4B

Jun 24, 2021

Gaming powerhouse Electronic Arts (EA) has added another digit to its string of weighty acquisitions over the past year. It's agreed to buy Playdemic, a mobile gaming unit of Warner Bros. Games' that's best known for the game Golf Clash. EA will pay $1.4bn in cash to buy Playdemic. The deal comes just months after the company paid $2.1bn for Glu Mobile , another mobile game developer. Apparently, EA is going the way of acquisitions to build up a strong mobile gaming business, outside its major expertise of console gaming. This marks the third time that Playdemic is getting acquired in a decade. It was first sold in 2011 to RockYou  and then bought back by its founders that same year, who then sold the company to Warner Bros. Games in 2017. 2017 was the year when Playdemic released Golf Clash, the game it's best known for. It's a multiplayer golf game with over 80 million downloads globally. Playdemic is getting sold just as the parent firm of its owner, WarnerMedia is merging with Discovery Inc to form one of the biggest media companies on US soil. Following the sale of Playdemic, Warner Bros. Games will be left with other mobile games such as Game of Thrones Conquest and Harry Potter: Wizards Unite. EA reported $5.6bn in net revenue in its most recent fiscal year. The company has historically made most of its sales from console games but is now pushing hard into mobile games. Share

  • When was RockYou founded?

    RockYou was founded in 2006.

  • Where is RockYou's headquarters?

    RockYou's headquarters is located at 208 Utah Street, San Francisco.

  • What is RockYou's latest funding round?

    RockYou's latest funding round is Secondary Market.

  • How much did RockYou raise?

    RockYou raised a total of $168.51M.

  • Who are the investors of RockYou?

    Investors of RockYou include Sharespost, Columbia Capital, FastPay, DCM Ventures, Partech Partners and 12 more.

  • Who are RockYou's competitors?

    Competitors of RockYou include Zynga, Supercell, Pocket Gems, Slide, PlayFirst and 12 more.

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