Acquisition Represents Key Building Block in the Strategic Development of a Unique End-to-End App Advertising Monetization Platform
Fyber’s Reported March Quarter Revenue Growth of 179% with Expanding Profit Margins Offer Immediate Accretion
Digital Turbine, Inc. announced today that it has completed its acquisition of Fyber N.V., a leading mobile advertising monetization platform empowering global app developers to optimize profitability through quality advertising. With its proven expertise in mediation and real-time bidding, Fyber has amassed an extensive network with more than 180 programmatic demand partners that reach a total of 650 million unique monthly active users across more than 180 different countries globally. The Company’s proprietary technology platform and expertise in mediation, real-time bidding, advanced analytics tools, and video combine to deliver publishers and advertisers a highly valuable app monetization solution.
The acquisition of Fyber is a critical component of Digital Turbine’s broader strategy to provide comprehensive media and advertising solutions for our partners and advertisers while enriching the mobile experience for end users through native on-device discovery. By combining Fyber’s rapidly growing mediation, exchange and advertising solutions with Digital Turbine’s core native application and content discovery experiences, the combined company should be ideally positioned to be a leading end-to-end solution for mobile brand acquisition and monetization. For a complete, detailed description of the structure and terms of the transaction, please refer to the Company’s filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
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“We are excited to formally welcome Fyber to the Digital Turbine team today,” said Digital Turbine CEO, Bill Stone. “Combined with our recently completed AdColony and Appreciate acquisitions, Fyber represents a very important puzzle piece for Digital Turbine in its mission to develop one of the largest full-stack, fully-independent, mobile advertising solutions in the industry. The combined platform offering is already generating more than $1 billion in annualized revenue and is advantageously positioned going forward to leverage the Company’s existing on-device software presence and vast global distribution footprint. We believe that we now have all of the critical elements to fully establish Digital Turbine as a truly unique next-generation ad-tech ecosystem that will enable the Company to play a far more prominent and profitable role in the fast-growing and secularly-thriving $200+ billion mobile advertising and connected TV marketplace.”
Mr. Stone concluded, “As evidenced by the reported 179% year-over-year revenue growth in the March quarter, the Fyber team has done an amazing job of building a highly differentiated, growing and profitable standalone business. Their rapid growth and expanding profitability, as demonstrated most recently with their strong March quarter results, is a testament to the quality of the Fyber team and the premium value that the company innovatively delivers to its platform constituents. We are certainly excited about the anticipated revenue synergies that Fyber, AdColony and Appreciate will engender for the combined company, our partners, and our customers. We look forward to providing additional color and forward-looking commentary on our upcoming earnings call.”
“We are very excited to become part of the Digital Turbine family,” said Ziv Elul, CEO of Fyber. “Being part of Digital Turbine will provide us strategic advantages and synergies in the marketplace to build upon the much larger opportunity in front of us.”
All historical financial information for Fyber referenced above is based on, and the combined financial information provided above is based in part on, International Financial Reporting Standards, is unaudited, and is subject to adjustment based on completion of the audit of Fyber’s and AdColony’s financial statements, which adjustments may be material. Investors therefore should not place undue reliance on such unaudited financial information. Following the closing of the acquisition, the Company intends to file the financial statements of Fyber and AdColony and furnish pro forma financial information as required by Securities and Exchange Commission rules.
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