Sony PS3 Becomes A Dynamic In-Game Ad Platform

Posted: Jun 6 2008, 5:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 8:35am CDT, in News | Gaming


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Sony announced an in-Game advertising business unit in October of 2007. Now Sony announces that they are ready to take advertisers into games on the Sony PS3. So get ready to soon be plastered by ads while shooting some monsters.

Marketers interested in placing advertisements in games for PS3 or publishers with available in-game space for advertisements are able to engage through advertisement distribution partners, with IGA Worldwide selected as PS3’s first partner. This partnership will serve to bolster the already rapidly growing worldwide in-game advertising industry, which is expected to grow 1,150 percent to $971.3 million between 2006 and 2011 according to the Yankee Group.
“The PS3 platform is primed to leverage the high growth potential of the in-game advertising market,” said Phil Rosenberg, Senior Vice President, SCEA. “Ads that are organic to the environment not only benefit developers and advertisers, but also create a richer experience for gamers.”

PS3 provides advertisers with a direct avenue to reach the highly targeted, sought after gaming demographic, and has sold more than 12.5M units worldwide. DFC Intelligence forecasts that sales for the current generation of game systems will pass the 180 million mark by 2011, therefore, reiterating the potential for the in-game advertising market.
Via this Sony announcement.

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