The team at the VPP Gaming Network are experienced and once the issues with malicious ads were identified, they listened to developer and player complaints and quickly launched an offensive. The company’s first move was to put in place well-known, available tools.
Over the course of the first six months, VPP continued to get removed from games by developers due to malicious ads in the network. In response, another attempt was made, this time with the goal of finding the offending ad providers and kicking them out of the network.
VPP Gaming Network’s team stayed up 24/7 across three shifts, trying to hunt down and find malicious ads manually. However, once hit, they were often powerless to undo the damage.
During this time, the company’s customer engagement steadily decreased, with incalculable losses in terms of player count and with game developers. Some of this was not recoverable.
That all changed when clean.io came into the picture.