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  • Total revenue of $2,283,974 an increase of 47 per cent over Q1 2021 
  • Advertising revenue of $2,178,311 an increase of 45 per cent over Q1 2021
  • Q1 2022 Adjusted EBITDA loss of $427,284 compared to a loss of $128,191 in Q1 2021
  • Jason Williams, CEO at KIDOZ sat down with Coreena Robertson to discuss the results and introduce two new product offerings
  • Kidoz owns the leading COPPA & GDPR compliant contextual mobile advertising network that safely reaches hundreds of millions of kids, teens, and families
  • Kidoz Inc. (KIDZ) opened trading at C$0.43 per share

Kidoz Inc (KIDZ) has announced its unaudited financial results for the first quarter ended March 31, 2022.

Financial highlights include:

  • Total revenue of $2,283,974 an increase of 47 per cent over Q1 2021 
  • Advertising revenue of $2,178,311 an increase of 45 per cent over Q1 2021
  • Q1 2022 Adjusted EBITDA loss of $427,284 compared to a loss of $128,191 in Q1 2021

Jason Williams, CEO at KIDOZ sat down with Coreena Robertson to discuss the company’s results and introduce two new product offerings.

Kidoz owns the leading COPPA & GDPR compliant contextual mobile advertising network that safely reaches hundreds of millions of kids, teens, and families. Kidoz has developed advanced contextual targeting tools to enable brands to reach their ideal customers with complete brand safety.

Kidoz Inc. (KIDZ) opened trading at C$0.43 per share.

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