Programmatic Demand Partners
We work with the world's top programmatic exchanges, such as Verizon Media and IndexExchange, in order to bring our publishers the highest CPMs available from both programmatic demand and direct game industry demand.
User acquisition for the worlds leading games
Wizards of the Coast leverages CPMStar technology to drive user acquisitions for Magic The Gathering: Arena. By combining demand from top gaming advertisers like these, together with programmatic ads, we drive maximum value or our publisher partners.
Over a decade of collaboration
Our partner Ninja Kiwi, is a mobile and online video game developer founded in Auckland, New Zealand, in 2006 by brothers Chris and Stephen Harris. Ninja Kiwi's first game was a browser based game called Cash Sprint. We have been working with Ninja Kiwi for 12 years and love finding new ways to monetize their site.
12 Years of Business
MMOBomb.com is a fast growing independent platform for free-to-play online games, partnered with CPMStar. MMO Bomb is developed by members with several years of experience in video-games journalism and by players from all over the world. We have been a valued partner of MMO Bomb for 12 years.
Wargaming.net markets it's suite of online games through the CPMStar network, including World of Tanks and World of Warships. Leveraging CPMStar's performance optimization technology has allowed Wargaming to greatly broaden its audience base while optimizing lead quality and ROI.
Partners since 2008
Armor Games is a game portal website that with the help of CPMStar is able to hosts it's games for free across a wide variety of genres, including point-and-click adventure, arcade, puzzle, and MMO games. Based in Irvine, California, the site was founded in 2004 by Daniel McNeely. We have been partnered with Armor Games since 2008.
A decade of user acquisition collaboration
Nexon works with CPMStar to acquire players for across a wide range of its popular MMORPG titles: Mabinogi, MapleStory, Vindictus, and more.