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Leveling Up The $110B Mobile Gaming Industry

About the Event

Mobile gaming is a massive industry, with worldwide consumer spending topping $110B annually. But there’s a challenge that’s kept it from becoming an even bigger business: games are app-based, and the average 18-35-year-old today downloads zero apps per month.

Artie is a next-generation mobile gaming company that has broken free from App Stores, bringing high-quality games directly to players on the world’s most popular social media and video apps. With Artie’s unique cloud/web-hybrid approach, players can easily discover, play, and share games with their friends on TikTok, Instagram, YouTube, Facebook, WhatsApp, and more.

Join our webinar with Artie co-founder and CEO, Ryan Horrigan, to hear the full story and why investors like Digital (a Steve Cohen family office fund), YouTube Co-founder Chad Hurley, Zynga Co-founder Mark Pincus, Former Disney+ Chairman and TikTok CEO Kevin Mayer are already on board.

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