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Bidstack News  |  April 27, 2021
The Bidstack Bulletin: 27th April 2021

Each week the Bidstack team curate the most interesting stories from the world of gaming, advertising and esports to help you keep ahead of the pack when it comes to in-game advertising.

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Digital Ad Market Proves Resilient With 5% Growth In 2020

Last week The IAB released their annual Digital Adspend report with PwC. The report shows that the digital advertising market grew by 5% last year to a total of £16.5 billion. CEO Jon Mew commented that the growth was “brilliant news” and encouraging.

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Deloitte: Digital Media Trends, 15th Edition

Deloitte’s latest survey uncovers insights into how the pandemic has shaped US consumers’ engagement with digital media as well as generational trends, revealing that video games are Generation Z’s top entertainment choice.

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IOC Announces Inaugural Slate Of Olympic-Licensed Esports Events

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) announced last Thursday that it was organising a slate of five esports events to be staged ahead of the Summer Games this year in Tokyo. The Olympic Virtual Series (OVS) will feature competitions in auto racing, baseball, cycling, rowing and sailing.

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‘Gamers Are At Forefront Of Evolving Media Landscape’

In an interview with Beet.TV, Nick Barrionuevo, gaming sales partnerships and industry lead at Samsung Ads explains how ‘’brands really had to pivot their marketing strategies to reach consumers and innovate last year” due to the pandemic and that gaming was the channel many turned to.

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What Advertisers Stepping Into The Gaming Arena Should Know

This piece for Marketing Dive provides advertisers with a listed guide on ways in which they could enhance their marketing strategy with a gaming audience and how to avoid some of the common pitfalls.

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Over 45 Year Olds Make Up Nearly A Third Of Mobile Gamers

Last week, we found out that nearly a third of people that play mobile games are over the age of 45, according to Facebook Gaming. Further stats highlighted that the 16 to 24 age group represents only 14.2 percent of mobile game users.

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In the Press  |  September 9, 2020
Gamasutra: Andy Curran steps into CEO role at Pubguard, with Alan Ngai joining as COO
Gamasutra covered Bidstack’s news around Pubguard’s new appointments to the c-suite team. London, UK, 9th September – Pubguard, the malvertising and ad quality platform and a subsidiary of leading in-game advertising platform Bidstack Group (LSE:BIDS), has announced the appointment of Andy Curran as CEO and Alan Ngai as COO.   As CEO of Pubguard, Andy Curran will focus on positioning the...
In the Press  |  June 24, 2019
Creativepool: Talking Cannes Lions 2019: Key themes from this year’s festival
Bidstack CEO, James Draper spoke to Creativepool about his view on this year’s Cannes Lion Festival.  It was refreshing to see the growing presence of gaming and esports companies at Cannes Lions this year – best illustrated by Activision Blizzard pitching its tent at the Palais des Festivals. It is no big surprise however, as...
In the Press  |  December 12, 2019
The Drum: More advertisers will ‘get’ gaming in 2020
Francesco Petruzzelli, Bidstack CTO, wrote an article for The Drum on his predictions for 2020. At this year’s Xaxis Deviate EMEA event, the audience (mainly made up of brands and advertisers) participated in a quick poll to find out how regularly they played games. An astounding one third of the audience said that they didn’t play games...

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