Bee7 and SuperAwesome partner to bring kid-safe CPI advertising to the mobile gaming industry

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In case you didn’t know, our ad server, AwesomeAds, is THE leading kid-safe, COPPA compliant ad platform used by publishers and advertisers all over the world.

Today, we can proudly announce that AwesomeAds just got bigger. We’ve partnered with Bee7, the mobile-game user aquisition and monetization platform from our 2.5-Billion-downloads-boasting game developer friends, Outfit7. This partnership now gives us the ability to deliver kid-safe, COPPA-compliant Cost-Per-Install (CPI) advertising to the mobile industry, a huge area of demand for kids advertisers everywhere.

Here’s the deal:

Through Bee7’s Game Wall kids and parents can discover and play an extensive range of  new games, while our AwesomeAds platform ensures the game and advertising content meets strict kid-safe standards. Mobile game developers within the kids category get a kid-safe CPI ad opportunity (on top of SuperAwesome’s existing display and video options). Parents get peace of mind that their children can play mobile games without being exposed to inappropriate content or new game suggestions.

(starting on Android but we’re adding iOS support imminently)

And of course, the whole experience is fully compliant with US Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA).

We’ve always placed HUGE importance on the significance of mobile in the kid-safe advertising space, with more under 13s playing games on mobile every day. This is why partnering with Bee7 to create another kid-safe advertising option on mobile and tablet is such a huge opportunity for brands and games developers seeking to engage with this audience.

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