Matthew Bromberg is the chief operations officer at social game developer, Zynga.
Bromberg joined Zynga as COO in 2018 to lead the company’s global game studios and head up game design, studio operations, technology, and data science and analytics.
Before joining Zynga, Bromberg got his start at Electronic Arts in 2012 as the general manager of its subsidiary, BioWare. He led the turnaround of Star Wars: The Old Republic—estimated to be one of the most developmentally expensive games ever made—by transitioning the languishing hit to a free-to-play model. Additionally, under Bromberg’s leadership, BioWare released Dragon Age: Inquisition which was named "Game of the Year" in 2014.
Following his success with BioWare, Bromberg went on to lead EA’s global mobile gaming operations launching popular games such as Plants V. Zombies, Need for Speed, the Sims, The Simpsons: Tapped Out, and Real Racing.
Prior to his time at Electronic Arts, Bromberg founded I’mOK, Inc. in 2010, a location-based gaming and communication platform for families. He also served as president and CEO of Major League Gaming for four years beginning in 2006. In this position, Bromberg was a trailblazer in the esports movement, creating some of the largest consumer video game events in North America touting live online broadcasts with ratings that topped major cable television programs.
In 1999, Bromberg joined AOL as the senior vice president and general manager of Moviefone, the largest movie ticketing and showtime service whose customer usage grew by over 300 percent under his management. The mobile gaming executive then led AOL’s online gaming efforts as the division’s president and general manager.
Bromberg has also held a variety of leadership positions at different companies, including CEO for Davidson Media Holdings, LLC, senior vice president, national accounts and vice president, enterprise strategy for Aetna, Inc. general manager for Time Warner, Inc., general manager for TechWeb Network, and publisher for CMP Group, Inc.
He began his career at American Lawyer Media, where he helped to publish American Lawyer Magazine and Lexis Counsel Connect.
Bromberg presently serves on Bumble’s board of directors where he sits on the audit committee. He has also served on the board of directors at Fitbit, guiding the compensation and nominating and governance committees before the fitness device company was acquired by Google.
Bromberg holds a J.D. from Harvard Law School and a B.A. in English from Cornell University.
What is Matthew S. Bromberg's net worth?
The estimated net worth of Matthew S. Bromberg is at least $8.87 million as of July 13th, 2021. Mr. Bromberg owns 898,674 shares of Zynga stock worth more than $8,869,912 as of August 3rd. This net worth estimate does not reflect any other assets that Mr. Bromberg may own. Additionally, Mr. Bromberg receives a salary of $1,090,000.00 as COO at Zynga.
How old is Matthew S. Bromberg?
Mr. Bromberg is currently 54 years old. There are 4 older executives and no younger executives at Zynga. The oldest executive at Zynga is Mr. Mark J. Pincus, Founder & Non Exec. Chairman, who is 55 years old.
What is Matthew S. Bromberg's salary?
As the COO of Zynga Inc., Mr. Bromberg earns $1,090,000.00 per year. There are 2 executives that earn more than Mr. Bromberg. The highest earning executive at Zynga is Mr. Frank D. Gibeau, CEO & Director, who commands a salary of $2,460,000.00 per year.
How do I contact Matthew S. Bromberg?
The corporate mailing address for Mr. Bromberg and other Zynga executives is 699 Eighth Street, San Francisco CA, 94103. Zynga can also be reached via phone at 855-449-9642 and via email at [email protected]
Has Matthew S. Bromberg been buying or selling shares of Zynga?
Within the last three months, Matthew S. Bromberg has sold $106,600.00 of Zynga stock. Most recently, Matthew S. Bromberg sold 10,000 shares of the business's stock in a transaction on Tuesday, July 13th. The shares were sold at an average price of $10.66, for a transaction totalling $106,600.00. Following the completion of the sale, the chief operating officer now directly owns 898,674 shares of the company's stock, valued at $9,579,864.84.
Who are Zynga's active insiders?
Are insiders buying or selling shares of Zynga?
During the last year, Zynga insiders bought shares 1 times. They purchased a total of 1,399 shares worth mmore than $60,003.11. During the last year, insiders at the sold shares 73 times. They sold a total of 7,261,141 shares worth mmore than $75,903,504.91. The most recent insider tranaction occured on July, 28th when Mark J. Pincus Director bought 348,702 shares worth more than $3,574,195.50. Insiders at Zynga own 8.3 % of the company.
Information on this page was last updated on 7/28/2021.