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Archive: November 2017

The Fall of LoL’s Darling, How SKT Lost Their Championship Crown

SK Telecom T1 came out of nowhere in 2013 and won the League of Legends World Championship series. Two years later, they did it again, and even yet again a year later for the lucky third time. They’ve won the most out of any team, holding half of the championship’s titles. Every time SKT made […]

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How to Reduce Lag in Fortnite

Fortnite is an odd game where you as a player can literally turn into a bush. Players can buy the “PVE Campaign”, and/or they can choose the more popular free “PVP Battle Royale” version. This article applies to both versions of Fortnite, as both are susceptible to lag. Mine-grounds? Battle-craft? If you enjoy battle royal […]

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How to Reduce Lag in PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS

When an EARLY ACCESS game sells 2-million copies in its first month, makes multiple headlines like “Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds breaks Steam’s record for most users ever”, and the best armor item is a cast-iron frying pan, you know you have something truly unique. The most unforgiving Walking Simulator Every PUBG player that hops out of the […]

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Haste Now Supports PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS (PUBG) and FORTNITE!

Two is better than one! Only a few weeks ago we announced that Haste supports CS:GO. But now we’re back to present you with a double announcement: Haste now supports PUBG and Fortnite! What does this mean? Haste routes game traffic on its proprietary high-performance network to Bluehole and Epic’s game’s servers. This provides PUBG […]

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League of Legends World Championships 2017 Wrapup and Spotlight

The 2017 League of Legends World Championship concluded earlier this month, featuring an upset no one expected and a riveting Grand Final that kept fans on the edge of their seats. It also saw the return of two rivals from years past who connected so explosively that it will be talked about for years to […]

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The Future of Gaming In Zero Latency

Technology is always evolving. Pretty soon we’ll live in a world where latency is virtually unnoticeable. Yes, lag will always technically be there (due to the nature of data needing to travel) but innovations in technology will minimize the negative effects. We’re already seeing the start of new infrastructure for better internet. Wireless networks are […]

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Real Otaku Gamer Article: Haste’s Goal of Improving our Connections – An Interview w/ Their CEO

Real Otaku Gamer By Jessica Brown On 11 Nov, 2017 At 04:57 PM  Haste is a software and infrastructure designed to improve gamers’ connections to the Internet by reducing jitter and packet loss while lowering ping to fantastic levels. In a nutshell, this is achieved through a proprietary software and a new infrastructure they have put in place […]

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TG Daily Article: How to Ensure a Good Multiplayer Gaming Experience

TGDaily.com Steven, 10th November 2017 Do you love gaming but hate when your gaming experience isn’t what you expected? If so, you are not alone. Setting up a good multiplayer gaming experience is highly important to your success at competitive gaming as well as your level of enjoyment. With that in mind, here are some […]

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Can You Completely Remove Lag from PC Games?

Lag is often the bane of a PC gamer’s existence. It can make, or literally break, your match. Online video games require fast reaction times to play, but with lag, your potentially amazing play can devolve into a stuttering mess. So it’s no wonder that gamers at all levels want to rid their gaming experience […]

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