Tanner Logue

Chief Operating Officer, Chief Financial Officer

Tanner Logue is Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer of Zynga, a wholly-owned label of Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc. Logue joined the Zynga finance team in 2017 and now oversees finance and operations globally across the company leveraging his 20 years of experience in mobile and interactive entertainment.

Logue joined Zynga at the start of its record turnaround as it moved to become a mobile-first business and began a period of accelerated growth and acquisition. In this period the company acquired Gram Games, the studio behind Merge Dragons; Small Giant Games, the creators of Empires & Puzzles; Peak, the studio behind global hits Toy Blast, Toon Blast, and Zynga’s latest release Match Factory!; as well as hyper-casual leader Rollic, which has crossed 2.7 billion lifetime downloads. Logue was an instrumental member of the team behind Zynga’s $12.7 billion combination with Take-Two Interactive, which closed in May 2022 to bring together best-in-class intellectual properties and a market-leading, diversified mobile publishing platform.

Before joining Zynga, Tanner spent over a decade at Electronic Arts (EA) serving as the Vice President of Finance for EA Mobile, Pogo.com, and Maxis. There, he led finances for the division including top titles such as Star Wars Galaxy of Heroes, Madden NFL Mobile, SimCity BuildIt, and The Sims. Logue was a key member of the EA Mobile management team that drove the transition from one-time download games with an upfront fee to free-to-play live-service mobile games. 

Logue started his mobile and interactive career in 2004 as the Assistant Controller of JAMDAT Mobile, one of the first mobile game companies in the U.S. He was instrumental in JAMDAT’s highly successful IPO in 2004, JAMDAT’s purchase of the Tetris rights in 2005, and the acquisition of JAMDAT by EA in 2006 for $680 million.

Logue started in public accounting as an auditor with Arthur Andersen and Ernst & Young. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration from the University of  Washington and a California CPA (inactive) designation.