Game Server Infrastructure Provider Gameye Selects Servers.com

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Gameye has chosen hosting provider Servers.com to power online multiplayer games for their customer base worldwide. Servers.com is an IaaS hosting platform offering a diversity of bare-metal and cloud computing services.

Isaac Douglas
“Whilst I’ve only been working with Gameye for a short time, I’ve already witnessed the technology and creativity of their team in action, and I’m very confident that they have built something very special,” said Isaac Douglas, Chief Revenue Officer of Servers.com. “We are proud to count them in our customer and partner base, and I look forward to what we can build together.”

Gameye is a technology innovator enabling game studios to deploy game sessions closer to their players. Gameye’s agnostic approach to game server infrastructure would enable servers’ resources to evolve according to player demand and as features & content are released.

“Game Studios want the best for their gamers and by adding Servers.com’s capacity to our worldwide infrastructure, those studios now have an even bigger reach, “said Sebastiaan Heijne, CEO of Gameye. “Our technology makes sure it deploys game sessions in the most cost-effective way, whilst maintaining the best player experience. I’m very confident we will see a lot of matches being run on the reliable and high-performance infrastructure of Servers.com.”

AWS, GCP and Azure

Gameye focuses on delivering scalable multiplayer infrastructure for multiplayer games. They are a new entrant in the Managed Game Server hosting space. They would need a reliable supply chain to prepare for global growth to support their quickly expanding client base. Servers.com would allow Gameye to spin up capacity quickly around the world, relying less on cloud platforms like AWS, GCP and Azure.

“Whilst I’ve only been working with Gameye for a short time, I’ve already witnessed the technology and creativity of their team in action, and I’m very confident that they have built something very special,” said Isaac Douglas, Chief Revenue Officer of Servers.com. “We are proud to count them in our customer and partner base, and I look forward to what we can build together.”