Trouble in the gaming industry: gameservers.net shuts down

29 March, 2009 (13:59) | Game industry | 2 comments

Days after my Trouble in the gaming industry blog post, gameservers.net announces they stop their gaming activities. 

The Gameservers.net team regrets that the playing joy at our website will come to an end. We have decided to put an end

Trouble in the gaming industry

24 March, 2009 (15:41) | Game industry | 7 comments

The last months have been exceptionally good times at our office. We have landed new deals with major publishers and game icons as ID Software and Futuremark, EA continues to trust us with the next chapter in the Battlefield series …

Free ‘webbased’ shooters for 2008

29 May, 2008 (13:36) | Game industry | 3 comments

This year two new online shooters will be released for free. Quake Live and Battlefield Heroes are scheduled for release in the 2nd half of 2008. Both games rely on advertising and a large online social community as they are …

Bigger is better; why do some developers go the wrong way?

14 October, 2007 (17:08) | Game industry |

Rumors say Battlefield 3 will support up to 40 people per team. With two teams in each online play, the server supports 80 people. The more players, the bigger the server, the better.

Gameserver with a large number of slots …

i3D.net expands: new locations, new servers

2 October, 2007 (12:24) | Business as usual, Game industry | 2 comments

Yup, we’re growing, in Europe and in a little while even beyond European borders:

i3D.net adds two additional locations: Frankfurt, Germany and London, United Kingdom. We are already active in Amsterdam and Rotterdam in The Netherlands.

Our Frankfurt location is

Back from NY, new business to look forward to

10 September, 2007 (12:30) | Business as usual, Game industry |

Last week I had the privilege to meet with the guys from one of the hottest game development studios, and it was great. Our company will have to prepare for a new exciting project for multiple locations all over Europe. …