Shares of gaming company Zynga zigzagged in extended hours trading Tuesday, landing up slightly after it announced a C-suite departure as monthly users declined.
The company behind "FarmVille" delivered third-quarter results that slightly topped analyst expectations, posting earnings that broke even on revenue of $176 million. Analysts had predicted revenue to decline 3 percent year on year to $170 million, according to consensus estimates by Thomson Reuters.
Zynga's chief financial officer, David Lee, will be leaving his role effective immediately, the company said.
Monthly active users (MAUs), a key metric for Internet companies, declined 27 percent year on year during the quarter.