InMobi Partners With Adversport’s Foot Mercato
Wednesday, February 26, 2014
Exclusive partnership agreement brings native advertising to Foot Mercato’s mobile and tablet apps
MOBILE WORLD CONGRESS, BARCELONA, AND SINGAPORE, FEBRUARY 26 2014 – InMobi, the world’s largest independent mobile advertising company, today announced an exclusive partnership agreement with Adversport, the publisher of Foot Mercato, the leading football app on the App Store. InMobi has been selected as the exclusive mobile advertising platform for Adversport’s mobile and tablet properties across France (Foot Mercato), Germany (Fussballtransfer) and Spain (Fichajes).
Adversport’s Foot Mercato draws over one million unique visitors per month across Europe and provides the latest football news, live match scores, match results, player profiles and interviews. Football fans are able to customise their app experience to track their favourite clubs and follow games in real time through the mobile and tablet app.
InMobi’s platform will allow Foot Mercato to deliver a rich, engaging, in-context advertising experience to their users. In addition, InMobi will be delivering native ad units, which integrate into the app’s look and feel, providing a seamless user experience.
“InMobi has a truly global presence, with access to both local and global brand advertisers,” said Cyril Frieh, Marketing Manager at Adversport/Footmercato.net. “We are excited to be partnering with InMobi, and their market-leading technology will allow us to bring engaging advertising solutions to both advertisers and our users.”
“We are very pleased to have been chosen as Adversport’s exclusive mobile advertising partner. We look forward to bringing innovative advertising to their established base of loyal users across the Foot Mercato mobile and tablet apps,” said Ian Dowds, Vice President & General Manager, Brand at InMobi. “Foot Mercato’s mobile and tablet inventory will complement InMobi’s premium inventory and is sure to contribute to the growth of InMobi’s expanding brand business in France, Germany and Spain.”
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