Unity’s IronSource merger results in an end-to-end platform

IronSource brings monetization tools to Unity’s table, which will strengthen mobile games running on Unity’s game engine.

Tristan Perona

Unity makes games, and IronSource makes money. By having these tools work together, game developers can rely on Unity for the entire life cycle of a mobile game. (Source: Unity)   Unity, the game engine over 750,000 games operate on, finished its $4.4 billion merger with IronSource to supply monetization methods for mobile games built in Unity. This deal crowns Unity as the leading end-to-end platform for mobile app creators, ushering them through every step in a game’s lifecycle, from start to finish as they build, run, and grow their titles as well as 3D experiences. During the past 18

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