AWS for Games Blog

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AWS GameTime

Introducing AWS GameTime – a new AWS Twitch show

Contributors: Camille Jubin – Account Executive for France – AWS for Games, Darren Ko – Solutions Architect – SMB UKIR, Darshi McKenzie – Account Executive – AWS for Games, Florencia Huart – Senior Account Manager – AWS for Games, Taras Mogetich – EMEA Senior Business Development Rep – AWS for Games, Tristan Greaves – Solutions […]

Unreal Engine 5 dedicated server development with Amazon GameLift Anywhere

Unreal Engine 5 dedicated server development with Amazon GameLift Anywhere

Building dedicated servers is challenging, and developers need the ability to quickly test and iterate on their games. The recently updated Amazon GameLift Server SDK from Amazon Web Services (AWS) provides an Unreal Engine plugin that is compatible with both Unreal Engine 4 and Unreal Engine 5. The plugin makes it easy for Unreal Engine […]

Amazon CloudWatch

Using Amazon CloudWatch Internet Monitor for a Better Gaming Experience

This blog post describes how gaming customers can use health metrics to more easily monitor game performance by using Amazon CloudWatch Internet Monitor. It provides an example overview of an online-gaming application architecture, outlines everyday issues and challenges with monitoring performance and availability for gamers, and describes how you can use Internet Monitor to identify […]

GDC remains the place for the worldwide game development community to come together to celebrate, innovate, and continue to push our industry forward.

AWS for Games at GDC 2023

Over 28,000 developers, artists, visionaries, and storytellers came from around the world to meet, learn, share experiences, and celebrate the global video game industry at the 2023 Game Developers Conference (GDC) in San Francisco March 20 – 24. From the hundreds of breakout sessions, hallway conversations, massive expo floor, and after-hour parties, it’s hard to […]