LDRLY Characters in their mobile app games

LDRLY | Canada’s Leading Game Company


LEAF Mobile (TSX: LEAF) (OTC: LEMLF) is Canada’s leading mobile game developer with several free-to-play games under its hat, including Archer: Danger Phone, Trailer Park Boys, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, and more. The public company is always welcoming investments, especially now as its studios, East Side Games and LDRLY Games, are growing their portfolio too.

By using an innovative data-driven process to develop games that truly connect with gamers across the board, LDRLY (pronounced leaderly) is a diverse game development company that caters to an equally diverse audience. Its Bud Farm: Idle Tycoon, for example, is known for appealing to LGBTQ players.

Under the LEAF management, LDRLY stands independently, developing its games on its own and, therefore, being a standout in the company. Furthermore, its games are equally as extensive, giving players a change of pace compared to what the mobile gaming industry is currently used to.

The studio uses a data-driven approach to appeal to specific audiences and to increase retention rates. The goal is to keep players playing throughout the game’s lifetime – which it does either via regular updates or by offering players behaviour-specific incentives.


LDRLY is a Vancouver Island based company, located in the city of Nanaimo.  Under the public hat, it accepts investments as LEAF’s partner and individually. This means that the tech investment opportunity comes in the form of a stock exchange investment or a private business investment, depending on investor preference.

LEAF Mobile hasn’t paid any dividends yet, though, while the stock itself is currently seeing a bearish trend. However, with its strong list of titles and more projects under development (with Vancouver’s very own TinyRex Games), forecasts are currently in its favour. For those of you looking for tech investments, LEAF presents a powerhouse of partnerships and potential.


Visit LDRLY’s website to learn more about their business.


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