Scrambling To Cut Costs, Zynga Confirms It Won’t Renew Contracts Of Moderators

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It might be the right thing to do for Zynga and the shareholders, but that won’t make it any easier for the game and forum moderators who won’t have their contacts with Zynga renewed. The company is executing the cost-cutting strategy it laid out in its Q3 earnings report by axing some moderator positions and ceasing to start any new contracts.

The lost jobs were first mentioned by the independent “Facebook & Zynga Blog”, and we’ve since confirmed that some outside contractor moderators won’t be coming back. Not all of them as that blog post suggests, though, and these jobs aren’t being outsourced to India. They’re being eliminated entirely until further notice. Here’s Zynga’s statement to TechCrunch:

“As part of the cost reduction program we announced in October, contracts on some outside services, including a portion of our forum moderators, will be allowed to expire.  Player support remains a…

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