Draw Something Will Generate $50-$75 Million In Revenue This Year For Zynga, Says JP Morgan

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Here’s an interesting tid bit from Doug Anmuth at JP Morgan.Based on Zynga’s raised guidance for 2012, Anmuth believes Draw Something, the social pictionary game Zynga just bought, is going to contribute $50-$75 million in revenue this year.

As a result, he thinks Zynga got a good deal, saying, “based on the $180 million purchase price, we think the ~3X bookings multiple makes sense.”

What about those collapsing daily active users? Anmuth sees them, but thinks Zynga is adding features to stabilise the decline.

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