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Telecommunications Plays a Critical Role in the Lifecycle of a Game

Whether you work for a gaming startup or a well-known developer and publisher, the one thing you strive to do more than anything else is create exceptional games.

Many factors can make a game successful – engaging gameplay, enchanting storylines, a sense of community, intense competition – but there’s one important element that’s often less talked about: network infrastructure.

It may not be as sexy as gameplay and graphics, but developers and publishers must weigh several key network infrastructure and connectivity considerations, which often make a difference in getting rave reviews and making money for the business.

Using real-world case studies, interviews, and analysis, Niko Partners and Telstra developed a white paper to help you better understand those considerations. Download the white paper to learn about: 

  • The growth of the gaming sector in Asia and North America, its impact on global networks, and what it means for the industry moving forward 
  • How network demands, costs, and diversity influence the production, testing and public release of games globally 
  • How to navigate regional complexity when launching games in Asia-Pacific and how to build reliability and scalability, and 
  • Why network infrastructure plays a critical role in producing and distributing esports content