Zynga is getting destroyed after a terrible earnings report.
Its shares have crashed over 12% in after hours as the social gaming site missed estimates and lowered its guidance.
Its Q4 revenue was up 9% year-over-year at $US193 million, but analysts were looking for $US201.11.
It had a loss of $US0.05 per share, while analysts were expecting $US0.00 EPS.
It provided Q1 2015 guidance between $US155 million to $US165 million, significantly lower than the expectation between $US187 million to $US217.5 million.
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