By Rotem Eldor
Head of Games Product
5 Tips for Critical KPIs
Nothing tells you about your players’ experience like the usage in the first 24hrs after they installed the game. The more they play (preferably over 16min), the better: It means you have an attractive theme, a good core game loop and the right level funnel, but most of all - it means the game has potential to become profitable.
Your video test conversion rate (CVR) is a great indicator and should not be overlooked. If your CVR is significantly low, it means players clicked the ad but never installed the game, which can point to an issue in the store: the icon isn’t a good fit, the screenshots aren’t attractive, the app is too heavy etc. Make sure the store and the ad depict the same game experience.
Interstitial Impressions Per User #3
This indicator tells you how many interstitials a player viewed, so you can optimize your revenues. Too many, and the player might quit. Too little, and you won’t make enough money to cover the cost of the player. Place it right after the players succeeds, and optimize the number of interstitials as you go to maximize on your investment.
Level Started vs. Previous Completed
We monitor these two game events and compare the numbers to detect level funnel issues and problems in the core game loop. If there’s a big difference between the numbers, it means players didn’t want to continue playing. That means you need to dive in, pinpoint the problems in the level funnel, and fix it.
Since Rewarded Videos (RVs) usually start from the 3rd level onward, this is a good indicator whether the game is attractive and ‘sticky’ enough. The better the appeal, the higher the RV exposure. However, if the RV exposure is low, this means either that the game isn’t that appealing, or that the RV needs to be repositioned for optimal exposure within the level or on the mobile screen.
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