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Submitted by timcolwill 735d ago | article

How an Aussie created the world’s most successful legacy matchmaking system

With GameSpy’s new owners shutting down servers, and big companies like EA constantly closing the door on multiplayer support for their old games, where can you turn to set up an online match for the older titles you love? The answer is GameRanger, a small but hugely popular legacy matchmaking system built right here in Australia. At 3.5 million accounts and growing, James Pinnell explores the story of this home-grown hit. (GameRanger, PC)

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