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Zynga CEO selling San Francisco home

Zynga CEO Mark Pincus is selling his San Francisco home.

Zynga CEO Mark Pincus is selling his San Francisco home.

Marc Pincus, founder and CEO of successful video game company Zynga, has placed his San Francisco home in the Presidio Heights neighborhood on the market.

The Zynga founder is selling the mansion for undisclosed reasons. The asking price for the six-bedroom, 6.5-bathroom mansion is $8.9 million.

Pincus and his wife are relocating and leaving behind a modern home that, according to Forbes, is an advertisement for One Kings Lane, the flashy home decor company founded by Pincus' wife.

The home features outstanding views of San Francisco. There is a full floor penthouse level with a grand master bedroom, terrace, office and a bathroom that's similar to a spa.

Pincus has experienced great success recently with Zynga, acquiring companies increasingly over the past few years.

Zynga has more than 232 million active users of its gaming software and 60 million daily active users, according to the company's website.

According to Business Insider, Oracle CEO Larry Ellison has a $40 million home just 10 blocks away from the Zynga founder's home.