mark pincus在zygna公司介绍上，被称为是游戏的狂热者，兼有企业家和游戏热衷者的DNA。他从2003年起就开始创立了tribe社交网络公司，而在这之前，他还创建了纳斯达克上市公司SupportSoft 并出任首席执行官。
Weighing in at 150 lbs, is Mark Pincus, frenetic visionary of Zynga. His DNA is one strand entrepreneur and one strand competitive gamer. Mark founded Tribe.net (www.tribe.net), one of the firstsocial networks in 2003. Prior to Tribe, he was the founder and CEO of SupportSoft (Nasdaq: SPRT), the world’s leading provider of support automation software. Prior to SupportSoft, Mark co-founded Freeloader, the first consumer push information service.
因为从事的是社交网络游戏研发，mark pincus自然而然也有自己喜欢的社交游戏德州扑克Texas Hold’em。
Mark Pincus is the founder of Tribe Networks, SupportSoft and Zynga. He is currently CEO of Zynga, an online social gaming network.
Pincus grew up in Chicago. After business school, he spent a short stint working at TCI and Liberty Media out of Denver, but left to launch Freeloader, and moved to Washington, D.C. and subsequently San Francisco, California, United States. After selling Freeloader, Pincus launched Support.com (today publicly traded as Supportsoft nasd: sprt), and then Tribe.net.
Mark Pincus caused controversy in the blogosphere in July 2006 when he disclosed that SixApart was attempting to censor his blog posting, by requesting that he not write about allegations that in 1992 whilst a student at Harvard Business School Murry Gunty had attempted to rig the elections of the school’s prestigious Finance Club.
Pincus holds a Bachelors of Science in Economics from the Wharton School and an MBA from Harvard Business School.