- Integrate AdColony, Admob, AppLovin, IronSource (LevelPlay), Unity Ads, Vungle (Liftoff) ads in Unity.
- Integrate easily all supported advertisers simply by importing their SDK.
- Load ad from any ad provider using the same line of code.
- Works for Android & iOS.
- Built in Remove Ads functionality.
- GDPR, ATT, COPPA, CCPA Compliant.
- No coding required: Compatible with Playmaker & Unity Visual Scripting
Currently supported advertisers
- ironSource (Level Play)
- Unity Ads
- Vungle (Liftoff)
Our plugin does not collect or stores any information about users. Only the 3rd party advertisers used collect personal information according to their docs and specifications.
It is developer’s responsibility to collect and send the correct information to the advertiser’s SDK.
Our plugin provides the required methods to do so and it is fully compliant with all regulatory measures required.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a data privacy law that applies in the European Union and Norway. It sets the highest legal standard for user privacy. Here is a summary of GDPR for game advertisers:
- GDPR is a guidepost for European companies and sets the standard for user privacy.
- It is important for game advertisers to comply with GDPR regulations to protect user data.
- GDPR aims to give individuals control over their personal data and ensure transparency in data processing.
- Game advertisers should obtain explicit consent from users before collecting and processing their personal data.
- Advertisers should clearly communicate how user data will be used and provide options for users to manage their data preferences.
- GDPR requires game advertisers to implement appropriate security measures to protect user data from unauthorized access or breaches.
- Advertisers should have a clear data retention policy and only retain user data for as long as necessary.
- Users have the right to access, rectify, and delete their personal data held by game advertisers.
- Game advertisers should have a process in place to handle user requests regarding their personal data.
- Non-compliance with GDPR can result in significant fines and penalties.
Please note that this is a summary and it is important to refer to the full GDPR documentation for complete understanding and compliance.
- Summary of Apple’s App Tracking Transparency (ATT) for game advertisers:
- Apple’s App Tracking Transparency (ATT) is a privacy feature introduced in iOS 14 and later versions.
- ATT requires app developers, including game advertisers, to request user permission before tracking their data across apps and websites.
- Game advertisers must display a prompt to users, explaining the purpose of tracking and seeking their consent.
- Users have the option to allow or deny tracking on an app-by-app basis.
- If a user denies permission for tracking, the game advertiser cannot collect the user’s Identifier for Advertisers (IDFA) for targeted advertising purposes.
- Game advertisers should respect user choices and not use alternative methods to track users without their explicit consent.
- It is important for game advertisers to update their apps to comply with ATT requirements and implement the necessary prompts and permissions.
- Non-compliance with ATT can result in app rejection or removal from the App Store.
Please note that this is a summary and it is recommended to refer to Apple’s official documentation and guidelines for a comprehensive understanding and implementation of ATT for game advertising purposes.
Summary of the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) for game advertisers:
- The Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) is a U.S. federal law that aims to protect the online privacy of children under the age of 13.
- COPPA applies to game advertisers who collect personal information from children under 13 years old.
- Game advertisers must obtain verifiable parental consent before collecting, using, or disclosing personal information of children.
- Personal information includes but is not limited to names, addresses, email addresses, phone numbers, and persistent identifiers.
- Advertisers should provide clear and easily accessible privacy policies that outline the types of information collected, how it is used, and how parents can provide consent or request the deletion of their child’s information.
- Advertisers must take reasonable steps to ensure the security and confidentiality of children’s personal information.
- COPPA requires advertisers to retain data only for as long as necessary and to delete it securely afterwards.
- Advertisers must provide parents with the option to review and delete their child’s personal information.
- Non-compliance with COPPA can result in significant penalties and legal consequences.
Please note that this is a summary and it is important to consult the full COPPA guidelines and regulations for complete compliance and understanding of the requirements for game advertisers targeting children under 13.
Summary of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) for game advertisers:
- The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is a state law that grants California residents certain rights and protections regarding their personal information.
- CCPA applies to game advertisers that collect personal information from California residents and meet certain criteria, such as having annual gross revenues above a specified threshold.
- Game advertisers must inform users about the categories of personal information collected, the purpose of collection, and any third parties with whom the information is shared.
- Users have the right to request disclosure of the specific pieces of personal information collected about them and the categories of sources from which the information was obtained.
- Users have the right to request deletion of their personal information, with some exceptions.
- Game advertisers must provide an opt-out mechanism for users to opt out of the sale of their personal information.
- Minors under the age of 16 must provide opt-in consent, while minors between 13 and 16 years old must provide their own consent, with parental consent required for those under 13.
- Game advertisers must not discriminate against users who exercise their rights under CCPA.
- Non-compliance with CCPA can result in penalties and potential legal action.
Please note that this is a summary and it is important to consult the full CCPA text and related regulations for complete compliance and understanding of the requirements for game advertisers operating in California.