Under the agreement, AdForce will be responsible for managing Uproar.com’s online ad service, including media planning, campaign scheduling, inventory management, targeting, ad delivery, reporting, transactions, auditing and accounting and data analysis.
Financial details were not disclosed.
“As Uproar.com continues its significant growth, it is imperative that we strengthen the infrastructure that supports the company’s increasing advertising revenues with a rapid ad delivery system that is scaleable and efficient,” said Chris Hassett, president and chief operating officer of Uproar.com.
“Our end-to-end technology model provides Uproar with a safe, managed growth path to accommodate the potential of doubling its customer base and support a substantial, highly targeted volume of advertising,” said Chuck Berger, CEO of AdForce.
Uproar.com is a producer of mass-market online games, game shows and entertainment for prizes, with approximately 3 million registered users. In addition, more than 29,000 Web sites syndicate versions of Uproar’s games.
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