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Ofir Pasternak

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Ofir is the Founder and CEO of Persona.ly, an innovative in-game monetization solutions provider based out of Israel with regional offices in Korea, Ukraine and Germany. Recently Persona.ly kicked off their agency department and are helping top tier app developers find the most efficient marketing channels using their self developed products Ofir is the Founder and CEO of Persona.ly, an innovative in-game monetization solutions provider based out of Israel with regional offices in Korea, Ukraine and Germany. Recently Persona.ly kicked off their agency department and are helping top tier app developers find the most efficient marketing channels using their self developed products

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