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Last updated: 18 Jul 2019 / 1:00 PM / GMT

Our monetization platform features a fully developed integration for Roku in-app purchases.

If you are planning on using in-app purchases, make sure to let us know so we can enable the proper payment gateway on your account.


Connecting your InPlayer and Roku accounts

First, log into your InPlayer dashboard.

Go to Settings, then to the Integrations tab, and click on In-App Integrations.

Click on Roku.

Enter the API Key from your Roku developer account, and click .

Your InPlayer and Roku accounts are now integrated.

How to find the API Key

Log into your Roku developer account.

Go to the Dashboard.

Under My Developer Info, go to Web API Settings.

Your Roku API Key will be displayed.

Go back to the Integrations tab of your InPlayer dashboard.
Click the button.

Paste the copied URL in the Push Notification URL field and click .

Creating your InPlayer asset

The next step is to create your InPlayer asset.

We offer several different types of assets, so make sure to look at this section for instructions on how to create the correct asset type, depending on your content.

Creating the Roku product

Next, you need to create the in-app purchase. The in-app purchase is going to be the Roku counterpart to the price option you have previously set up for your InPlayer asset.

First, log into your Roku developer account.

Go to the Dashboard.

Under My Channels, go to Manage My In-Channel Products.

Click on .

Fill out the product form.

Under Product Name, enter the Product ID of the price option for the InPlayer asset you are monetizing.

To get the Product ID, go to the Assets tab of your InPlayer dashboard and open the asset you wish to use. Go to Price Options, and click the  button next to the price option for which you are creating the in-app purchase.

Paste the Product ID into the Product Name field in the Roku product form.

Fill out the rest of the form.

Remember to mirror all price and access settings you have set up for the asset price option in the InPlayer dashboard. For example, if the price option is set as a Monthly Subscription in the amount of $15 in the InPlayer dashboard, set it up as such in Roku as well.

When you are done, make sure to check Yes under the Cleared for Sale option.
Finally, click .

And with that, you are done.

If you have any questions in regards to any of this, don’t hesitate to contact us on support@inplayer.com.

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