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Customize the Game Analytics Pipeline Schema using AWS Cloud9

Authored by Molly Sheets and Greg Cheng Requirements for game analytics vary between games and studios when defining specific data tracked per user. Some studios prefer data pipelines that process data anonymously in order to meet regulatory and privacy compliance standards. Others require unique identifiers to deliver on complex analysis, logging, AI/ML, monetization, and visualization […]

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Generate Custom Game Events from Unity Integrated With the Game Analytics Pipeline

Today’s game developers use analytics as a critical workload to deliver the best gameplay experiences possible for their players. As developers look to have more control over where their data is stored and to reduce the complexities of ingesting data from a variety of sources, many turn to AWS to help them create their own […]

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How Dead by Daylight survives the test of time using AWS

Join us on May 20, 2020 at 9 am PT / 5 pm UTC+1 for the AWS Game Tech: The Digital Download online event for the latest in game development. Register for free now » The games industry is increasingly investing in games that people play for longer and engage with more deeply. To get […]

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Transform your game with real time analytics using AWS

Analytics have given developers a new level of understanding across all levels of game development, from alpha testing to post launch. Analytics help video games thrive. Data drives innovation. In this video, we’ll describe some of the ways game developers put data to use, whether to optimize performance or fine tune content for players. We’ll […]

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Delight your players with game analytics

Game development is all about building an experience that will delight players. But, as a developer, how do you know which decisions are the right ones? Focus testing and market research can get you part of the way there, but nothing can provide better insight into player behavior than gathering real data from actual players. […]

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