MobilityWare acquires Jump Ramp Games including Lucktastic brand
Tuesday, September 3, 2019
MobilityWare makes a strategic and complementary acquisition of Jump Ramp Games and will take over Jump Ramps flagship Lucktastic franchise, as well as integrate its performance marketing technology and data platforms.
MobilityWare, the original app developer for the game of Solitaire and creator of many other games, has announced the acquisition of Jump Ramp Games. Jump Ramp is a leader in enabling its clients to understand, engage, and acquire customers within its data-driven Performance Marketing Network. As part of the acquisition, MobilityWare will take over Jump Ramps flagship Lucktastic franchise, as well as integrate its performance marketing technology and data platforms. The company will also continue to invest in growing the Jump Ramp portfolio of mobile apps. Alex Betancur and Tony Vartanian, founders and Co-CEOs of Jump Ramp Games, will continue to run Jump Ramp Games as a division of MobilityWare.
This is a strategic and complementary acquisition for our company, said Dave Yonamine, CEO of MobilityWare. The Jump Ramp team has not only created a successful suite of games and a sophisticated performance marketing platform, but it also brings extensive experience in digital sweepstakes and rewards. This acquisition offers a number of key synergies and will allow us to take the lead in a new and growing category of mobile gaming.
The free-to-play Lucktastic apps have built an engaged and loyal customer base attracting more than 20 million consumers in the US on both Android and iOS. The Jump Ramp Performance Marketing Network, with its growing suite of apps, drives revenue and scale for publishers, brands, and direct to consumer companies via data-driven advertising solutions. The Network has been consistently featured on both the AppsFlyer Growth Index and Singular Best Return on Investment lists.
At Jump Ramp we have demonstrated a unique correlation between casual gamers and the millions of consumers in the US that are consistently drawn to sweepstakes and rewards, said Tony Vartanian. The MobilityWare team has done an incredible job at building beautiful games that their players love. With our combined expertise, together we will accelerate our timeline for growing the Jump Ramp suite of apps and Performance Marketing, continued Alex Betancur.
Jump Ramps team will remain headquartered in New York City and bring MobilityWares overall employee count to over 200.
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