Adverty is now a Unity Technologies Asset Store Publisher

Advertising, Business

Adverty AB (publ) is now a Unity Technologies Asset Store publisher, providing developers with easy access to its ad technology. Planned launch early 2020.


Adverty, the leading seamless in-game ad tech company, is developing a version of its Unity SDK to be enabled on the Unity Asset Store, a marketplace where all creators can find, source, and sell everything they need to be successful, including third party assets, tools, and services. 


Adverty’s advertising solution uses Unity to display seamless in-game ads through an SDK launched to the public in December last year [1], accessible from the Adverty website In this new installment, the Unity SDK from Adverty will be easily accessible to developers on the Unity Asset Store.

“We are excited to have our advertising solution customised for and soon available on the Asset Store, making it possible for developers to easily access and enable seamless, in-game advertisements directly within their production environment”, explains Niklas Bakos, CEO and founder at Adverty. 

The Adverty SDK will be customized for the Asset Store and feature an easy onboarding process for developers using the service. For the ultimate experience, Adverty will include various pre-modeled ad furnitures such as billboards, floor stands and poster frames in the package, to satisfy each level of game developer interested in monetizing their creations with seamless ads.


 The Adverty SDK is planned to launch early 2020 on the Asset Store. 


Adverty, the leading in-game platform, delivers seamless advertising to connect brands and people through its revolutionary display advertising technology built for games. The platform offers true in-game ad inventory at scale and allows content creators to monetize the complete experience with unobtrusive, easy-to-integrate, immersive ads. Founded in 2016, Adverty has offices in Stockholm, London and Lviv and works with advertisers, agencies and developers to unlock audiences and gaming revenue streams.