Strong domestic and overseas revenue growth together with the acquisitions of NativeX and Game Analytics help 2016 revenues approach $300 million.
May 15, 2017 (China / Guangzhou) – Mobvista, Asia’s leading mobile ad tech company, has announced that 2016 was its strongest year to date. According to its latest financial report, Mobvista’s 2016 revenues reached $296 million, representing an increase of 155% over 2015.
After a year of significant growth around the globe, by the end of 2016, over 60% of Mobvista’s revenues came from clients based outside of China. Revenues in the United States increased nine-fold, while revenues from South Korea increased five-fold. In addition to this substantial increase of revenues, Mobvista’s total assets also increased in value in 2016 — tripling from $86 million to $254 million.
As competition in both domestic and international markets continues to increase, Mobvista’s financial performance positions the company as China’s most successful mobile ad tech business.
“2016 has been a record year for Mobvista, both in terms of financial performance and our growth as a company,” said Mobvista’s Founder and CEO, Robin Duan, “Mobvista has become more than just a user acquisition company. We have expanded our products and services along the value chain to the point that we can help brands on almost every aspect of their campaigns and publishers with traffic monetization.”
In September 2016, Mobvista launched Mintegral, a powerful native and video ad mediation platform. Mintegral is a mobile supply-side platform (SSP) that provides publishers with a comprehensive global monetization solution. In just three months, Mintegral’s reach grew from 180 to 250 million DAU (daily active users), with partnerships being built with over 1,000 apps including top names such as Camera360, 360 Security and SHAREit.
Over the past year, the Chinese mobile advertising market has become more crowded, with fierce competition. There are increasing numbers of companies entering the space, while leading giants such as Baidu, Alibaba and Tencent continue to expand. At a time when the growth of new smartphone users is slowing and the cost of user acquisition is on the rise, Mobvista sustained its strong performance. The credit in part goes to its overseas investments in 2016 – the acquisitions of US-based NativeX and Europe-based GameAnalytics.
In addition to an equity of $78 million raised in 2016, in February 2017, Mobvista’s liquidity position was further strengthened by a $98 million credit line granted by Bank of China to support its future expansions.
Mobvista is a world-leading mobile marketing platform providing user acquisition, analytics and monetization solutions to worldwide mobile developers and brands. As Asia’s largest mobile ad tech company, Mobvista’s comprehensive solution has helped more than 1000 brands to engage consumers across the world. Mintegral, the native and video ad mediation platform, has helped 500+ developers to maximize their ad revenue with its premium ad traffic mediation, native advertising formats and smart dynamic algorithm.
Mobvista’s campaigns deliver over 10 billion daily ad impressions for its customers thanks to its blend of innovative technology and excellent customer service. Mobvista was listed on the NEEQ (National Equities Exchange and Quotations) in November 2015, with a valuation of nearly $1 billion. Today it has more than 500 employees in 13 offices around the world.
For more information, please contact:
Cassie Cheng, Mobvista
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