The esports events group said the digital media arm was one of its fastest-growing revenue streams, having delivered close to £200,000 through on-site advertising by the end of July after implementing a partnership with advertising group Venatus in mid-April.
Gfinity also said the business line has been selected to deliver a “growing number of repeat advertising campaigns for high-profile publishers”, with a “strong pipeline” of direct campaigns already secured and running in August.
The group also said its digital media channels have been fully optimised for a strong fourth quarter in 2020 into the first quarter of 2021, with advertising campaigns and promotions to be driven by the launch of new consoles, games and peripherals. Gfinity also said it has strengthened its in-house media sales capability.
Overall, the company expects the revenues from the business line to support its move into profitability in the first quarter of 2021.
Gfinity added that 50% of the audience for its Gfinityesports.com website is now based in the US, which the firm said was “significant as it contributes to higher advertising revenues across the site”. The group has also recruited a US editor to allow for a steady news flow 24 hours a day.
The company has also partnered with TopCashBack to provide deals and offers to the growing community through its Gfintiy Plus rewards programme for its online community, adding that it has also begun to monetise a large proportion of its social channels.
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