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Announcing the release of the Authorized Buyers Marketplace API

The Authorized Buyers Marketplace API has been released. You can use the Marketplace API to manage clients, users, and auction packages, and to negotiate proposals with publishers. This new API is intended to replace the following Marketplace resources included in the Ad Exchange Buyer II API:
Although the Ad Exchange Buyer II API is not deprecated at this time, we recommend that all Marketplace integrations adopt the new API to receive the latest updates going forward. New features will only appear in the Marketplace API.

The Marketplace API introduces the following features:
  • Programmatic support for auction packages.
  • Deals are now a sub-resource of proposals.
  • The finalizedDeals resource helps you manage deals.
  • The rtbMetrics field of finalizedDeals provides performance data.
Given that the Marketplace API is distinct from the existing Real-time Bidding and Ad Exchange Buyer II APIs, please note that you need to enable the Authorized Buyers Marketplace API in your Google Cloud Console project. Additionally, you need to update your existing OAuth 2.0 credentials and workflows to include a new API scope:


For any questions or feedback about this API, please contact us via our support forums.

Reminder: Ad Exchange Buyer API Sunset

As announced previously, the Ad Exchange Buyer API is set to sunset by the end of Q2, 2021. We will begin the process of phasing the API out on June 1st, where a small percentage of API requests will begin to return an API error response that includes details about the impending sunset. You can expect API errors to progressively increase leading up to the sunset date. Note that this sunset does not include the Ad Exchange Buyer II API, which is not deprecated at this time.

The Real-time Bidding API is the replacement for the Ad Exchange Buyer API, and we encourage you to migrate before the sunset date in order to avoid interruptions to your integration. To learn more about the Real-time Bidding API, you can read the migration guide, reference documentation, and the new resource guides. Additionally, samples for several programming languages are available to assist you with your migrations.

If you encounter any issues, or have any questions we can assist with, please contact us via our support forums.