Meet AdInMo at the HyperCasual Games Conference 2021

Oct 20, 2021 | Events, News

We are back and looking forward to the HyperCasual Games Conference. We’ve got some great sessions throughout the event and the AdInMo sales & design teams will be available to chat about all things InGamePlay.

  • Thursday Session – 8:30 – 9 AM BST – Designing InGame Ads and why they are perfect for hyper casual games.

Our resident Head of Game Design,  Nathan Ball, will be sharing best practice recommendations for developers looking to integrate in-game advertising into their games.

Imagine if you could have the best of both worlds: Strong monetization and ads that don’t annoy your players. InGamePlay brand advertising is served directly into the gameplay itself seamlessly integrated like any other game object.

This session walks you through best practices when designing in-game ad placements. Learn about the key principles behind generating viewable ad impressions and how to optimize your ad monetization without impacting churn.

  • Friday Session – 10:30 – 11:30 AM BST – Games Marketing 2021: Advertising & Monetisation

Our CTO Chris Wright joins a fantastic panel line-up featuring AppLovin, Espresso Publishing, Anzu.io and AudioMob.

 

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