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Unity acquires mobile firm IronSource

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July 14th, 2022 acquisition Unity Not disclosed
Unity acquires mobile firm IronSource

Engine giant Unity has announced it is buying Israeli mobile app company IronSource.

The deal is all in stock and sees IronSource become a wholly-owned subsidiary of Unity. Shareholders in the latter will own around 75.3 per cent of the company while the former will own the remaining 26.5 per cent.

“We believe the world is a better place with more successful creators in it. The combination of Unity and ironSource better supports creators of all sizes by giving them all the tools they need to create and grow successful apps in gaming and other consumer-facing verticals like e-commerce,” said John Riccitiello, CEO of Unity. “This is a step further toward realizing our vision of a fully integrated platform that helps creators in every step of their RT3D journey. We look forward to welcoming Tomer Bar-Zeev, the CEO of ironSource, and the rest of ironSource’s talented team into the Unity family.”

IronSource CEO Bar-Zeev added: “To succeed today, creators need an extensive set of solutions and products working in concert to power amazing user experiences and sustainable business growth. The combination of Unity and ironSource brings together every product needed to power that flywheel of growth, in a differentiated platform positioned to lead our category and beyond. We couldn’t be more excited about our shared mission to remove obstacles for creators to grow."


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