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Buzzvil to Provide Its Rewarded Ad Solution BuzzAd to US Based Reward Mobile App ‘AppKarma’

Buzzvil, a global leader of rewarded ads platform, announced that it will provide its rewarded ad solution BuzzAd to US-based reward mobile app ‘AppKarma.’

AppKarma is a highly popular mobile app that rewards users for engaging with ads. By integrating with BuzzAd’s native ad unit, the app will be able to gain extra ad revenue.

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John Lee, CEO of Buzzvil, the Softbank-backed company, said, “We are excited to provide our global publishers with a simple way to monetize their mobile apps.”

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“Buzzvil will continue to solidify its position as the world’s largest rewarded ad platform centering on its three overseas branches and corporations in the U.S., Taiwan and Japan,” he added.

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Meanwhile, Buzzvil recently raised 20.5 billion Korean won (17 million USD) in series C from Mega-7 Club for its compelling reward-based ad tech that maximizes ad revenue for publishers. The Mega-7 Club, dubbed as South Korea’s version of Softbank Vision Fund, consists of returning investors LB Investments, Company K Partners and new investors SBI Investments, Korea Development Bank and Shinhan Bank.The deal follows the fast-growing company’s series B in 2015 from LB Investments and Company K Partners, alongside other investors, and series A from Softbank Ventures Asia in 2014.

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