In-Game advertising with PaeDae

August 26, 2013 in Asset Store

How do you monetize iOS games with in-game advertising without breaking up a cohesive gameplay experience? PaeDae, the new Online Service partner to the Asset Store, makes it easy to incorporate advertising in a more subtle, user-initiated approach that  actually benefits your gameplay.

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New Online Services partner - PaeDae

PaeDae’s motto, Everybody Wins, captures the service’s essence: combining achievement rewards with carefully timed ad delivery in a way that is both unobtrusive and enhances the player’s experience at the same time.  How does it work?  PaeDae Rewards is notified when a player reaches a level-up or other moment of success and delivers a reward/ad combination at just the right time: when they’re happy.

1. Interact: The consumer is engaged with your app or game.

2. Achieve: The player reaches a moment of success such as levelling up or completing an achievement

3. Reward: The app presents the player with a combination reward and advertising unit

4. Action: The player enters their email to receive the reward.

PaeDae has an eCPM of $15+, a huge variety of prizes (including real-world swag, coupons, virtual prizes and micro-donations) and can be white-labeled so their SDK can be customized to the look and feel of your apps. Best of all, it’s a snap to implement PaeDae in your Unity iOS game– just grab the SDK from the Asset Store, drop it into your game, publish and start monetizing!

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  1. jean

    November 11, 2013 at 3:26 pm / 

    Loading… loading… and nothing
    The concept was quite interesting..

  2. Bruno Xavier

    November 11, 2013 at 2:34 pm / 

    I think this is… a fail :)

  3. Sergey

    October 26, 2013 at 3:21 am / 

    My developer account in itunes connect blocked because of this advertising

  4. Matthias

    September 29, 2013 at 8:32 pm / 

    The link doesn’t work, is it canceled or will it be added to unity cloud?

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