US-based mobile game analytics platform ByteBrew announced on Monday that it has partnered with mobile advertising company Mintegral to provide its customers with free analytics and attribution measurement.
Founded in 2019 by Cameron Hozouri and Kian Hozouri, ByteBrew offers more than 5,000 mobile developers and game studios a comprehensive set of tools to help them get a better understanding of their game performance so that they can improve their game development, design, user acquisition and monetization.
The company said that while developers can access its tools for free, other platforms that offer similar solutions ‘’charge up to $0.06, or as much as 15% of target install costs, on every single tracked install’’.
In a statement to PocketGamer.biz, ByteBrew’s co-founder and chief operating officer Kian Hozouri said: “By partnering with Mintegral we’re adding a fantastic new partner to the list of connected attributing networks in our extensive tools, and removing another brick from the walled gardens that prevent a diverse mobile ecosystem from flourishing.“
Jeff Sue, Mintegral General Manager of Americas, commented: “We are excited to announce we’ve added ByeBrew as an attribution partner with Mintegral. Their continued growth in the industry is a reflection of how their free, all-in-one platform is uniquely positioned to provide the developers with the tools they need to scale in increasingly challenging marketing conditions, and we’re proud to be a partner.“