Chartboost

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Chartboost is a company developing the games-only technology platform. It runs a marketplace with a social network for game developers to connect and negotiate promotional deals to help get their games into the hands of more players as well as generate revenue. Chartboost also offers a games-only network where developers can test promotional campaigns and identify the best-performing partners and find the best fit for direct deals.

TypePrivate
Founded2011
HQSan Francisco, US
Websitechartboost.com
Employee Ratings3.9
Culture scoreC

Latest Updates

Employees (est.) (May 2020)118(-2%)
Job Openings8

Key People/Management at Chartboost

Maria Alegre

Maria Alegre

Co-Founder
Sean Fannan

Sean Fannan

Co-Founder and CTO
Richard Izzo

Richard Izzo

COO
Pepe Agell

Pepe Agell

CSO
Fiona Ferrier

Fiona Ferrier

VP of Global Supply & Partnerships
Julius Ramirez

Julius Ramirez

SVP of Global Revenue & Partnerships
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Chartboost Office Locations

Chartboost has offices in San Francisco, Amsterdam and Barcelona
San Francisco, US (HQ)
1 Sansome St # 3800, San Francisco
Amsterdam, NL
Paleisstraat 1, 5th Floor
Barcelona, ES
Passeig de Gràcia, 71
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Chartboost Financials and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date

2011

Chartboost total Funding

$21 m

Chartboost latest funding size

$19 m

Time since last funding

7 years ago

Chartboost investors

Chartboost's latest funding round in January 2013 was reported to be $19 m. In total, Chartboost has raised $21 m
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Chartboost Operating Metrics

Chartboost's Monthly Viewers was reported to be 300 m in Y, 2017.
Y, 2017

Monthly Viewers

300 m
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Chartboost Online and Social Media Presence

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Chartboost Company Culture

  • Overall Culture

    C

    72/100

  • CEO Rating

    C-

    67/100

  • Compensation

    A

    87/100

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Chartboost News and Updates

Chartboost launches Helium open source in-app programmatic ad platform

Chartboost is launching Helium, an open source in-app programmatic advertising platform.

Chartboost Launches Helium, the First Open-Source In-App Programmatic Bidding Solution

SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 20, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Chartboost, the leading mobile app monetization and programmatic advertising platform, is announcing the launch of Helium. Helium's SDK allows mobile app developers to increase their ad revenues by conducting an unbiased first-price unified...

Chartboost Creative Studio wants to boost app marketers’ effectiveness by 60%

Chartboost has launched an in-house creative team, dubbed Creative Studio, that will help game and app marketers create their own mobile ads to run on the company’s in-app ad network. Chartboost’s team will collaborate directly with clients to create mobile-branded video and interactive ad content, …

Chartboost Blogs

COVID-19: Together in these uncertain times

Dear partners and mobile app developer community: These are strange times for everyone around the world. The rapid spread of the coronavirus, the overwhelming amount of news, facts and speculations we are getting everyday, the cancellation of events (we should have been together in San Francisco cel…

In-App Bidding Survey Results: Interest Rising, More Publishers Testing

In-app bidding is one of the hottest topics in mobile marketing, and for good reason: it can simultaneously increase revenue, decrease workload and give better access to data to publishers and advertisers. What is an in-app bidding or unified auction? Put simply, it’s an auction that allows every de…

In-App Banner Ads Are Here With Latest Chartboost SDKs

With the latest SDK versions for iOS and Android, Chartboost is excited to announce the support of a new mobile app ad format: banner ads. Banners have existed since the early days of digital advertising — but they have fresh potential in mobile apps. A clear example is how hyper-casual mobile game …

Monetization Category Benchmark: Puzzle Apps

When the app stores first launched, few would have predicted that puzzle games would eventually rule the roost. But over time, this category of game has sprawled out, encompassing many of our favorite hits. Match 3 is the second most popular genre in Europe and North America with games like Candy Cr…

Set CCPA privacy settings for your app on Chartboost dashboard

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) came into effect on January 1st, 2020 and is a data privacy law that applies to any businesses that collect personal information from California residents. At Chartboost, we take the privacy of our developers and their end-users seriously. Last year we rele…

Your Mobile Programmatic Glossary for 2020

Besides the word in-app bidding, you must have heard of programmatic, real-time bidding, header bidding, and unified auction. What is the difference between all of this terminology? What are some other common mobile programmatic related buzzwords you should know? Last month, we hosted a series of we…
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Chartboost Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Chartboost founded?

    Chartboost was founded in 2011.

  • Who are Chartboost key executives?

    Chartboost's key executives are Maria Alegre, Sean Fannan and Richard Izzo.

  • How many employees does Chartboost have?

    Chartboost has 118 employees.

  • Who are Chartboost competitors?

    Competitors of Chartboost include Otello Corporation, DataXu and Unity Technologies.

  • Where is Chartboost headquarters?

    Chartboost headquarters is located at 1 Sansome St # 3800, San Francisco, San Francisco.

  • Where are Chartboost offices?

    Chartboost has offices in San Francisco, Amsterdam and Barcelona.

  • How many offices does Chartboost have?

    Chartboost has 4 offices.