Zynga Pays CEO $8.2 Million in 2014, Down From $57.8 Million

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Don Mattrick

In 2014, Zynga shares dropped 30 percent.

Zynga paid CEO Don Mattrick $8.2 million in 2014, the company behind social games like Words With Friends reported on Tuesday.

Mattrick's compensation is way down from the $57.8 million he earned in 2013 when his stock awards were $38 million and options were $13 million.

In 2014, Zynga shares dropped 30 percent. On Tuesday, they closed at $2.45, giving the company a $2.2 billion market cap.

Zynga said it paid its new CFO David Lee $4.3 million in 2014, while its former CFO, Mark Vranesh, was paid $527,561, down from $3.9 million in 2013.

Clive Downie, the COO, made $3.1 million, down from $3.3 million a year earlier, and Devang Shah, general counsel and vp, made $1 million, down from $2 million.

Mark Pincus, the former CEO, was paid $33,308 in 2014.