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Avazu is founded in Brunei in 2009, committed to applying programmatic advertising technology for performance marketing.

Avazu is one of the leading mobile advertising platforms globally and an early adaptor of programmatic advertising technologies. Avazu provides advertisers a one-stop performance solution, and offers publishers and developers a full range of custom-made monetization products. Avazu’s ad platform has a coverage of over 20 billion ad impressions everyday, and is capable to process more than 1 million ad requests every second (QPS) with its proprietary prediction engines. Avazu owns Avazu APX, Avazu DSP , Avazu aNative and Avazu Media Buying.

Mission & Vision

Connecting the dots

We create our value by tackling all sort of complexities and challenges faced by our customers in the globalisation process with providing competitive and differentiated products & solutions.

Core Value


Keep up the promiseAdhere to business and individual ethnical standards; Maximize benefits for clients, shareholders, and employees


Take the responsibilityResponsible for product quality, company’s reputation, colleagues, families, and society

Team Spirit

Work hard and collaborateHelp each other and share oftenContribute and take the challenge


Innovation in technology and productsInnovation in management and servicesKeep up with technology advancement and pursue excellency

Management Principals


Respond fast and dare to try out new things


Openness and Transparency; Collaboration and Sharing


Learn about the problems and solve them


Learn from each other; Keep up with new technology


Find the talents and retain the talents


Yi Shi is the founder & CEO of technology company DotC United Group. The company is a spin-off of Avazu Holding originally (which is still owned by Shi) and owns now mobile advertising platform Avazu, app developer DotC and data business intelligence platform Noogenesis. In 2014, Shi founded Teebik which focuses on global mobile game publishing. In 2015, Shi sold Avazu\'s advertising assets to Shenzhen-listed gaming company Zeus Entertainment (002354) for more than $300 million to realise a reverse merger IPO onto China\'s A-Share, and he continued to oversee Avazu\'s advertising operations. In 2017, he privatised Avazu from A-Share and injected all its assets into DotC United Group within a $360 million transaction. And DotC United Group also became one of the unicorns worldwide with $1.1 billion valuation. Shi is recognized 3 times by Forbes as one of China\'s and Asia\'s top 30 under 30 entrepreneurs, made to 2016 Fortune China 40 Under 40, and Hurun 30 Under 30 for China 2017.


2015 - 2016 CEIBS (China Europe International Business School)

2007 - 2009 Goethe University Frankfurt (Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main)


2018 36Kr 36 WISE Great Entrepreneur under 36

2018 Member of Tiger Roar Awards Panel

2017 Hurun 30 Under 30 for China

2017 Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia

2017 Forbes 30 Under 30 China

2016 Fortune 40 under 40

2014 Forbes 30 Under 30 China