In 2020, the gaming market generated over 177 billion dollars, marking an astounding 23% growth from 2019. While it may be incredible how much revenue the industry develops, what’s more impressive is the massive amount of data generated by today’s games. There are more than 2 billion gamers globally, generating over 50 terabytes of data each day.
As Atlassian has decided to deprecate their server products, including Jira Server and Confluence Server, game studios using these products have to look for alternatives, or swallow the cost to migrate to Atlassian’s other products (Cloud or Data Center). Let’s explore how life may look like after Jira, as this is something we have discussed with several game studios since Atlassian made their announcement .
Gamers are not shy about reaching into their wallets for premium content and features. They also won’t hesitate to tap the uninstall button at the first sign of trouble. It’s not uncommon for a gamer to boot up a hotly anticipated new game or revisit an old favorite only to put it down days or weeks later. The culprit is often gaming monetization issues that get in the way of what would otherwise be a long-term rewarding gaming experience.
Anomalies don’t have to be a fear factor; they could even present an opportunity to make money. Imagine detecting positive spikes in in-app purchases, conversions, or gaming activity in real-time and then having your business monitoring system identify what caused them 10x faster than you can now – autonomously. With 95% accuracy in the root cause analysis you could replicate and capitalize on the deviation immediately.
When you grow your peak concurrent users by 5x nearly overnight, ensuring that your operations can successfully support that growth can be a make or break for your success. Rocket League is a popular online multiplayer game created by Psyonix described as arcade-style soccer and vehicular mayhem. In the summer of 2020, the game maker decided to switch the business model of the game from an upfront purchase to a free to play model.
Game development is an entirely different beast to other industries. Marketing, development, and release are more tightly interwoven than in other sectors, with a lot of pressure to meet community-anticipated milestones and launch. As such, it’s important to have game engine logging and monitoring pipelines set up for your projects. In other platforms, version upgrades and roll-outs tend to be sudden, with no definitive date set.
G-Loot, a Stockholm-based esports startup, is shaking up the world of electronic sports by challenging the status quo idea that only the top players can win prize money in a video game competition. They’re making it possible for gamers to improve their skills and get rewarded playing games they already enjoy. As an overlay on top of a player’s game, G-Loot receives an enormous amount of data from multiple sources.
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