Frameplay, a global leader in enabling intrinsic in-game advertising, announced today the opening of their newest office located in metropolitan Detroit, Michigan. The expansion into the midwest strategically allows Frameplay to be in close proximity to companies in the automotive, mortgage, and consumer packaged goods industries, while also being neighbors with some of the most reputable agencies in the US.
“The decision to open our newest office in metro Detroit stemmed from our goal to better serve our growing midwestern clientbase, while also allowing us the opportunity to build relationships with a myriad of industries that call the midwest their home,” said Frameplay CEO Jonathon Troughton. “Additionally, as our team continues to grow and expand, metro Detroit has an incredible market for adtech talent that we are excited to continue to tap into.”
Frameplay is headquartered in San Francisco, California, with a second office located in Melbourne, Australia. Additionally, Frameplay has team members spanned across the globe including major cities such as New York City, Miami, and London, servicing clients across NA, EMEA, LATAM, and APAC.
In December 2021, Frameplay closed an $8 million Series A funding round led by Hiro Capital with other strategic investors including Razer and Kona Venture Partners. The company plans to hire approximately 25 new team members in 2022 with a focus on engineering, operations, sales and marketing roles.
To learn more about how Frameplay is revolutionizing the intrinsic in-game industry, visit www.frameplay.gg.
Frameplay is a global in-game advertising leader headquartered in San Francisco, California with worldwide offices and teams supporting NA, EMEA, LATAM, and APAC. Frameplay enables game developers to easily place impactful advertising intrinsically within video game environments without disrupting the gameplay performance or experience. The result is amplified brand exposure for advertisers, additional revenue for developers, and an enjoyable, uninterrupted experience for gamers. For more information, visit www.frameplay.gg.