Embattled social games firm Zynga has lost another two key members of its executive circle, adding to a dreadful three months for the company.
Chief marketing and revenue officer Jeff Karp has left the company after a year on the job. Before joining Zynga he was the executive at the centre of EA's social games output.
Infrastructure CTO Allan Leinwand, meanwhile, has also departed after a two-year spell.
The reasons for their departures are not clear, but they add to a striking list of executives no longer with the company.
Zynga's share price, which opened in December at $10, closed at $2.82 last night.
Amidst its share price woes, the firm's troubles aren't helped by a publically damning plagiarism lawsuit from EA, and the reportedly multiple law firms investigating allegations that Zynga insiders - who allegedly sold large amounts of stock just months before their value bombed - withheld "materially adverse facts" about the state of the business.
Zynga's share price currently sits at around $2.82 per share. The company launched its IPO in December 2011 at $10 per share.