Intergi Launches In-Game Video Ad Solution & Casual Game Distribution
DEERFIELD BEACH, FL. (November 07, 2012) — Intergi Entertainment is excited to announce the launch of their In-Game Video ads and Game Distribution solution. The video ad and distribution technology makes it simple for developers of any kind — including casual, mobile and Facebook — to integrate video ads in their games.
Once a developer uploads their game to the Game Sandbox — Intergi’s distribution center that allows games to be shared and monetized — a community of 2,500 premium gaming websites will have the ability to embed the game. This significantly increases exposure to their games. With Intergi’s In-Game 100 percent global monetization and ad fill, both the developer and publisher earn revenue on game plays.
Intergi displays an ad in every country on every game play; its 100 percent global ad fill is powered by a worldwide dedicated sales force working non-stop to deliver premium entertainment campaigns. This allows significantly higher ad revenue rates than their closest competitors.
“It’s about time game developers are fairly compensated for their creations,” said Bradley Bailes (pictured), Business Development Manager at Intergi. “I feel that in order for this industry to evolve, we need to give back to the people that make it all possible — the game developers. Not only will we be increasing the earnings they receive for their work, but we will also be providing a massive outlet for increased distribution to give them the exposure they deserve.”
About Intergi Entertainment
Listed in the prestigious Inc. 500 list of America’s fastest-growing private companies, Intergi Entertainment is ranked by comScore as the top digital outlet for reaching video game and entertainment enthusiasts online. Intergi offers advertisers unparalleled access to millions of online gamers that power the multi-billion dollar gaming industry. With an innovative in-house production team, Intergi develops and delivers interactive ads to the largest gaming audience online.
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