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Zynga has produced a .com domain which offers Zynga Poker to players without the need for social-networking websites, according to eGaming Review.

However, instead of the company moving away from websites such as Facebook after Project Z was announced last October, the platform is “totally integrated” with the social network which will still take its 30% revenue share.

Previously, COO of Zynga John Schappert had said that real-money gaming was “very interesting” after the company posted losses of $400m for 2011.

Since then, CEO and founder Mark Pincus announced that Zynga had discussions with land-based casinos over possible partnership deals in the future, further indicating Zynga’s look towards real-money poker as a primary business.

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