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Trouble-shooting success with 1047 Games

Stunning graphics, smooth gameplay and a massive fun factor have earned first-person-shooter game Splitgate rave reviews and an impressive 164 million downloads since its beta test just a few short months ago. Described as ‘Halo-meets-Portal’, the game sees its players run around in a sci-fi world and jump location through portals to outsmart opponents in […]

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How to optimize GameLift fleets using CloudWatch

Introduction With the ever-growing popularity of multiplayer games, dedicated game servers are becoming increasingly important to give players a way to seamlessly play online. But correctly managing game servers to the unique needs of your game can be tricky, especially when you have infrastructure costs to consider, and a global player base that demands a […]

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Building Our Game on AWS – Lessons Learned by Leaftail Labs

Guest post authored by Eli Tayrien, CTO and Co-founder, Leaftail Labs. Leaftail Labs was formed in 2017 by a pair of game industry veterans who saw exciting possibilities in mobile AR gaming. Our first game, Nibblity, recently launched worldwide, and we are excited to continue to deliver more excited content for you and your Nibblins […]

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Fitting the Pattern: Serverless Custom Matchmaking with Amazon GameLift

One crucial component for success in session-based multiplayer game titles is how smartly and efficiently they can put together competitive and exciting matches for their users, no matter the skill level, connection speed, or location. Reliability, flexibility and system smarts all play into making a successful multiplayer experience. At the 2017 Game Developers Conference, Amazon […]

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