Azerion yesterday announced the acquisition of Keymobile, a Swedish mobile advertising company. This is the third Swedish acquisition completed by Azerion since January 2021, after Strossle and Delta Projects.
”The integration of Keymobile on our platform will support our efforts to provide our customers - whether they are media buyers or sellers - with a greater choice of adtech solutions and content across the Nordics and beyond, creating new synergies with our existing offering,” said Patrik Fagerlund, VP Nordics at Azerion.
Azerion is an European digital gaming and monetisation technology company, headquartered in the Netherlands, owning several companies including Improve Digital, Sellbranch, adux, Headerlift, Yoki Networks, HiMedia, Widespace, and Youda Games. Azerion employs over 955 employees and has 24 offices.
Azerion says Sweden the Keymobile acquisition is their 5th investment in Sweden in the past three years, after the acquisition of adtech companies Widespace and Sellbranch in 2018, and Delta Projects and Strossle earlier this year. Azerion opened its first campus in Helsinki earlier this year, following the acquisition of Sulake Oy, the developer of flagship social game Habbo Hotel.