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Level Up Your Monetization Game with Fyber at GDC

GDC is upon us in San Francisco, and that means a week full of education, celebration and appreciation of the business of making games.

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Hungry for mobile-specific sessions? The Fyber team has got you covered with two panels that will help you level up your monetization game:

Have you heard about the growth of “mobile programmatic,” but need to get up to speed on what it really means? Want to make sure your apps get their share of the nearly $15 billion that advertisers will spend buying mobile inventory programmatically this year?

  • Join us Thursday, March 17 @ 10am in Room 2011, West Hall for Decoding Programmatic for Game Developers, a session hosted by InMobi. Ross Barasch, our Sr. Director of Strategic Partnerships, will share some programmatic best practices for game developers.

Mobile ads cannibalize IAP. Mobile ad SDKs take too long to integrate. Mobile ads automatically lead to bad reviews for your game. Sound familiar? These are some of the most common misconceptions about mobile game monetization. And we’ve recruited execs behind blockbuster games like The Walking Dead: No Man’s Land, for a discussion to help set the record straight.

Can’t make it to either panel? We’re planning for lots of face-time, so reach out to us at developers@fyber.com to meet us on-site, or around the corner at our office.

Photo credit: Official GDC via Flickr

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