Game Server

I have good config server and want to make profit out of it. Looking for ideas to make it work.

What about using it as a minecraft hosting platform?

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  • someshzadesomeshzade Hosting ProviderOG

    I didn't have experience with Minecraft but here in Asia region, CSGO / 1.6 servers have good business.

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  • I don't think CSGO make much difference as PUBG and COD Warzone are dominating.

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  • RahulRahul OG
    edited May 8

    @verjin said: I have good config server and want to make profit out of it. Looking for ideas to make it work.

    @verjin said: What about using it as a minecraft hosting platform?

    There is a way:

    Put together a Game Server Provider (GSP) with a Game Panel which happens to have a module for a Billing panel.

    But would I recommend you to do that in the current environment/ present conditions? No, because of the two reasons that I can think of right now:

    Market saturation

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    So, it will be very hard for you to just break even, let alone make a profit.

    @verjin said: I don't think CSGO make much difference

    It does.

    @someshzade said: CSGO / 1.6

    The force is strong with this one, even now.

  • Take a look at pterodactyl it works very well, is totally free and integrates with blesta.
    The perfect and easiest solution for providing game servers :).

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  • @verjin said:
    I have good config server and want to make profit out of it. Looking for ideas to make it work.

    What about using it as a minecraft hosting platform?

    As with most game servers, be prepared to handle DDoS attacks on a regular basis, all it takes is one pissed off user. Please factor that into your decision for hosting any game server, especially popular ones like Minecraft or CS:GO, which are known to be DDoS magnets.

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