King Digital is expected to price its offering Tuesday, but the company is being called a 'one-trick pony' despite good financials and the game's soaring popularity.
Game developer King Digital is seeking a steep valuation in its upcoming IPO. It's aggressive for a company with just one hit product, but still a discount to some peers.
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Game developer King Digital appears to be the new monarch of the mobile-games industry, crushing rival Zynga with close to $2 billion in revenue last year.
The onetime social media gaming darling sees shares rise 18% as investors applaud a new acquisition and a workforce cut.
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