Zynga Mobile's UK General Manager Matthew Wiggins has left the company after serving in the position for a little over a year and a half. Wiggins made the announcement that he was leaving the company via his personal blog.
"It's been quite a ride," Wiggins wrote. "I wish all the best for the good and talented people who I leave behind."
"The opportunities for innovation and entrepreneurism are even better now than they were then," he continued on his blog. "And having learned so much from the journey I've just been on, I can't wait to use that knowledge to do new things in the future — and of course learn a whole load more."
Wiggins does not indicate that he has a new job lined up, but does highlight his excitement on moving on to new things…
Wiggins was a co-founder and CEO of UK-based mobile games developer Wonderland Software. It was acquired by Zynga in April 2011 and Wiggins decided to stay with the company at the time. The studio was best known for developing the iOS title Godfinger.