Two more employees from social gaming giant Zynga's management team have reportedly left the company for greener pastures, according to this GII report. They join many other high profile executives that used to work at Zynga who ultimately jumped ship for better offers or to start new companies.
Roy Seghal, vice president of Zynga's casual and arcade games division has resigned from the company. He is best known for creating the social game Cafe World. He has resigned to take some "time away from work."
The other executive leaving the company today is Steve Schreck, general manager of the company's zCasual division. Schreck was responsible for 100 employees at the division and was directly in charge of the hit game Hidden Chronicles. He was also the lead designer on Zynga's version of the popular Slingo game. Schreck is heading to a new mobile startup created by former Zynga CCO Mike Verdu.