Wooga currently has 50 million active monthly users across its mobile and web games.
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Editor's Pick After Zynga, the second-biggest player on Facebook isn't Electronic Arts anymore. It's Wooga, a Berlin-based studio that has become Europe's largest social game publisher with more than 49 million monthly active users on Facebook.
Now Wooga has raised $24 million in venture capital and has grown to more than 150 employees. The company now faces a number of strategic decisions, such as doubling down on Facebook or spreading out to platforms such as Google+ or Zynga.com. We caught up with co-founder Jens Begemann at the recent Game Developers Conference in San Francisco. Here's a transcript of our interview.
Wooga says it has become the fastest-growing social game developer on Facebook, and the company announced today that it has raised $24 million in a second round of funding.
The funding shows that social gaming is still hot and that …