Last year the company received $200 million from Russia's Digital Sky Technologies, which agreed to buy $100 million more in employee shares.


The company received $100 million from T. Rowe Price and others so it could invest in servers and other gear to keep up with its rising traffic.


The site will get up to $100 million from Elevation Partners, three-quarters of which will be used to buy employees' shares.


The social games maker got $180 million from DST in December, with an unspecified amount of that total going to cash out employees.

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