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Ad tech company PubMatic stock pops 10% in first earnings report after December IPO

PubMatic signage on day of IPO at the Nasdaq

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Ad tech company PubMatic, which launched an initial public offering in December, saw shares pop 10% Tuesday after hang up fourth quarter revenue that beat estimates. 

PubMatic runs a sell-side advertising platform that expeditions real-time programmatic ad transactions and allows publishers and app developers to sell space to advertisers across media, including pageantry or video ads on desktop, mobile app, mobile web or streaming TV. 

The company said revenue in the fourth quarter of 2020 was $56.2 million, up 64% year-over-year. Analysts surveyed by Refinitiv supposed revenue of $47.4 million in the quarter. The company said revenue in full-year 2020 was $148.7 million, up 31% year-over-year. 

The cast’s chief financial officer Steve Pantelick said in a statement that the quarterly growth was driven by advertising persuasiveness in e-commerce, technology, personal finance and on streaming video. 

PubMatic’s clients, as of December, include publishers like Verizon Normal Group and News Corp and app makers like Electronic Arts and Zynga. The Verizon relationship is especially important. It established up 28% of its revenue in 2019 and 21% of its revenue in the first nine months of 2020. The company competes with borderlines of Google along with other supply-side platforms like Magnite, which was formed as a product of a 2020 consolidation between public ad tech companies Telaria and Rubicon Project. 

PubMatic said in a statement that it expects interest in the first quarter of 2021 to be in the range of $38 million to $40 million, growing between 34% to 41% to the same period last year. 

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