Zynga just filed to raise more than $1 billion in an IPO.Like usual, the filing lays out all shareholders who own more than 5% of the company.
It’s a pretty select list, and CEO Mark Pincus and “related entities” are still on top.
Assuming a valuation of $15 billion — which is probably the low-end estimate — here’s how much the top holders’ Zynga stock will be worth that day.
*Update: Avalon contacted us to let us know the investment was led by Rich Levandov (pictured here) although the firm was founded by Kevin Kinsella.
*Update: IVP contacted us to explain that Miller (pictured here) was the lead on the Zynga deal. Todd Chaffee and the other partners also participated.
Kleiner has more than 40 million shares, but Gordon also owns another 911,000 shares himself.
He's still the number one shareholder with 16% of the Class B (common) shares, which will be worth $2.4 billion on their own. He is also the only owner of Class C (founder's) shares, with more than 20 million of those.