AdInMo’s InGamePlay™ brand advertising SDK is now available to all mobile game creators via the Unity Asset Store, the global marketplace where game developers source third-party assets, tools and services.
Designed by game developers for game developers, AdInMo’s Unity SDK integration is a simple UNITY texture replacement that enables mobile game developers to earn incremental revenue placing InGamePlay brand advertising.
The lightweight SDK is 100% dedicated to mobile with Android and IOS features fully optimized for high and low-end handsets including caching and the ability to monetize in airplane mode. Crucially, developer A/B Testing consistently demonstrates no impact on game performance.
AdInMo’s SDK enables ad placements to seamlessly blend into gameplay without interrupting the game flow or the player experience like other in-game formats. Brand advertising works for all game genres and has a positive impact on player retention because InGamePlay brand ads are click-free and do not force players to leave the game.
According to a recent study by Pocketgamer.biz over a quarter of developers are expected to trial monetizing with this new immersive ad category in H1 2021.
AdInMo recently released V1.0 of its Integration Guide to help mobile game developers designing for InGamePlay ad placements. Unity’s developers are also invited to participate in AdInMo’s free game design clinic to have their game reviewed by the in-house team in order to benchmark its monetization potential.
The guide features best practices for monetizing with InGamePlay brand ads based on game design theory to optimise implementation and the virtual design clinic offers tailored advice to developers how to earn incremental revenue.
It’s fantastic that the AdInMo SDK is now available directly via Unity’s global game developer community. It comes right at the time when developers are actively seeking new monetization channels as part of developing post IDFA strategies and will help accelerate immersive InGamePlay brand advertising on mobile.
Kristan Rivers, CEO, AdInMo