AerServ provides mobile video mediation services for WildTangent Games

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Mobile-first video mediation platform AerServ, has been selected by game network WildTangent to provide its mobile advertising services and SSP for some of their 1,000 mobile games. Following an initial run of AerServ’s SSP on WildTangent, the companies noted fill rates rising 32%.

WildTangent offers over 1,000 mobile games

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Source: wildtangent.co.uk

The partnership comes at a time when mobile gaming is predicted to continue to grow, with 77% of mobile phone users playing games on their devices at least once a month by 2020.

As part of the deal, WildTangent integrates AerServ’s monetisation tools whilst allowing marketers to execute their campaigns on brand-safe, viewability and fraud-free inventory.

Prior to AerServ, the game maker was using a homemade solution for its monetisation. However, it frequently showed ads form competitor games and required developers to have their own resources to create certain features. Hence, the company searched for a better solution that would also allow for rewarded video ads, demand partners via VAST and VPAID and offer more transparent insights on measurements.

Sean Vanderdasson, CRO of WildTangent, explains:

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“AerServ has been a great partner for us. Their team is extremely responsive and helpful, and our results have been fantastic. We love the focus on brand ads, and the transparency from their mediation platform – we’ve seen great gains in our monetization.”

AerServ’s mobile video SSP and mediation platform provides quality brand advertising with a wide variety of features to increase efficiency and revenue for app developers and marketers.

Josh Speyer, CEO of AerServ, adds:

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“We couldn’t be more excited to partner with WildTangent in an effort to monetize their mobile audience. At AerServ, we view our customers as partners, not just numbers. We work extremely hard to ensure their needs and monetization goals are met.”