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Tag: Amazon Game Development

Amazon GameLift launches support for AWS Local Zones

Amazon GameLift launches support for AWS Local Zones

Today, we are excited to announce the general availability (GA) of an update to Amazon GameLift that expands support to AWS Local Zones, which increases coverage for game developers, while providing seamless, low-latency gameplay experiences for players. With this update, game developers can tap into 8 new Local Zones in Chicago, Houston, Dallas, Kansas City, […]

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Dream11

Optimizing price and performance: How Dream11 gained up to 92% benefits using Amazon EBS gp3

With over 130 million users, Dream11 is the world’s largest fantasy sports platform offering fantasy cricket, football, kabaddi, basketball, hockey, volleyball, handball, rugby, futsal, American football & baseball on it. Dream11 is the flagship brand of Dream Sports, India’s leading Sports Technology company, and has partnerships with several national and international sports bodies and cricketers. […]

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Introducing Community Health on AWS

Introducing Community Health on AWS

Amazon Web Services (AWS) is proud to announce the launch of Community Health on AWS, a set of solutions designed to help AWS for Games customers build and grow safe, inclusive, and fun online communities. Initial Community Health on AWS solutions include Spectrum Guardian for Games, a fully managed software-as-a-service (SaaS) offering from AWS Partner […]

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AWS for Games announces ‘Girls in Games’ Jam, in collaboration with Game Jolt:

AWS for Games announces ‘Girls in Games’ Jam, in collaboration with Game Jolt

By Tabitha Graves: The opinions and views expressed in this post are my own. Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Game Jolt are excited to announce an upcoming event inspired by diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility initiatives in the games industry. Speaking as a person who identifies as a woman, watching Samus take her helmet off […]

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5 essential tools for improving your game studio’s security awareness

5 essential tools for improving your game studio’s security awareness

As a game studio, the focus is usually on delivering new features to improve your customers gaming experience. Many studios are small and probably don’t have a security team. Even larger studios might not have a full security practice and and as many resources fully dedicated to security as they would like. Not having enough […]

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Building Games on AWS: Security – New YouTube Video Series Launch

Building Games on AWS: Security – New YouTube Video Series Launch

AWS for Games is excited to announce “Building Games on AWS: Security” – a new YouTube series pioneered by AWS security specialists, solutions architects, and AWS Professional Services consultants. Building Games on AWS is a collection of YouTube videos that teach game developers how to use AWS for games. To learn more, check out this […]

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Unreal Engine Pixel Streaming in AWS with Ubuntu OS

Unreal Engine Pixel Streaming in AWS with Ubuntu OS

This blog was written by Gena Gizzi and Noor Fairoza. A 2020 Global Market Insights report estimates that the 3D rendering market will hit $9 billion by 2026, especially with the rise of 3D enabling devices, high-speed internet and cloud technology. There is an increasing adoption of 3D technology across multiple industry verticals where the […]

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Rival Peak

Genvid Rival Peak – Customer story

Most people may remember watching reality television such as  Survivor or Big Brother. Today, Genvid has brought a modern twist to this flavor of entertainment through usage of their unique, interactive broadcasting services. Rival Peak has viewers cheer on their favorite of 12 different AI-controlled contestants and help them complete tasks around a mysterious part […]

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Hosting your own dedicated Valheim server in the cloud

Hosting your own dedicated Valheim server in the cloud

Authored by Duncan Parsons and Patrick Palmer Hosting your own personal gaming server is increasingly common given all the benefits and flexibility it provides, however, doing so in a secure, flexible, and cost-effective manner is not simple. To achieve low cost many people host a server on their home computer, requiring them to open up […]

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