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Over the last seven years we have hosted hundreds of thousands of game servers of all sizes. Whether it's a small vanilla server or a large bungee network, we got you covered. Our highly customized control panel is renown for the video integrations and minimalistic design that makes managing your server a breeze. Our unique user interface is the best functionality on any panel with all the reliability and functionality of adding plugins, accessing the console, and other changes to files you will need. Server administrators love the panel because of our web browser access and mobile friendly designs.

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We have the most knowledgeable support staff in minecraft server hosting. If you come across any issues while running your server you have the option to start a live chat or submit a ticket. These are handled 24/7 by live and knowledgeable staff. With many years of experience behind them our support can fix most downtime and lag issues through configuration and other common errors.

Since ServerMiner began in 2012, we've been shaping Minecraft Server Hosting with our simple philosophy - Always here to help even though you'll most likely be fine as our servers are just that good ;)

ScalaCube is another game-specific server hosting vendor. There are eight paid plan options ranging from $5 a month for 1.5GB RAM, 2x3.4GHz CPU, 15GB SSD storage, 20 player slots and unlimited servers to $96 a month for 32GB RAM, 8x3.4GHz CPU, 320GB SSD storage, 600 player slots and unlimited servers. You'll also find Minecraft Pocket Edition server hosting options, ranging from $0 a month for a basic server to $96 a month for 600 players. All Minecraft and Minecraft Pocket Edition plans include multiple servers, backup, DDoS support, and free web hosting, domain and MySQL.

Apex Hosting offers Minecraft Java and Bedrock Edition servers starting at $7.49 a month. It also includes a seven-day money-back guarantee. Apex Minecraft Hosting has an A+ rating from the BBB, and its TrustPilot Rating is 4.8 out of 5, though it has fewer than 600 reviews.

PebbleHost is home to both Minecraft and other gaming and dedicated servers. It offers budget, premium or extreme plans depending on your needs, starting at $1 per GB a month. PebbleHost is based in the UK and does not have a BBB page, but it has a TrustPilot rating of 4.8 out of 5 with more than 2,000 reviews.

Minecraft is a three-dimensional sandbox game. It allows players an unmatched level of freedom to decide how they want to play this game. It is an infinite world that enables you to build everything from the simplest of homes to the grandest of castles. In this game, you will get crafting weapons and Armor to fend off dangerous mobs. You can create, explore, and survive with friends or alone on your mobile device, laptop, or PC. However, if you wish to join and play games with millions of word wide players, you need a hosting server. History of Minecraft: Minecraft is a popular video game which is developed by Mojang Studios. It is created by Markus Notch using Java programming language. It was released as a public domain for personal computers in the year 2009. This game was officially released in November 2011, with Jens Bergensten taking over development work. Over the year, Minecraft has since been ported to various platforms and has become the best-selling video game of all time. It sees more than 200 million copies sold across all platforms, with more than 100 million monthly active users."}},{"@type":"Question","name":"\u2753 What are the best Minecraft hosting servers?","acceptedAnswer":{"@type":"Answer","text":"Following are some of the best Minecraft server hosting providers:

Apex Hosting is another Minecraft hosting service provider. They provide dedicated hardware features like high clock speed CPUs and SSD hard drives. The site also offers high TPS and lag-free servers.

ScalaCube is a Minecraft game hosting site which allows a one-click instant setup. It offers control Panel, which helps you set up an unlimited number of game servers with an unlimited number of slots with a single VPS server.

BisectHosting is a dedicated Minecraft server hosting provider. They offer the best hosting at an affordable price. This hosting site provider provides dedicated servers and VPS for those wanting a big and fast server.

GGServers is a web and game hosting site that provides servers for various games, including Minecraft. GGserver is one of the cheapest Minecraft server hosting that provides high-performance specs on their game servers and has a good spread of nine data center locations worldwide.

Minecraft servers are eligible for refunds within one twenty-four-hour day of the creation of the server in their database. All refunds are made through the gateway in which initial payments were made.

MCProHosting can host either Java (the original version) or Bedrock for the mobile version. This modded minecraft server hosting uses a customizedmulticraft control panel that allows you to control their server from a browser. It includes managing the console, installing different server types,and modifying and uploading files.

Some Minecraft servers hosting services are free, while some services come with premium and paid plans. For free Minecraft server hosting, you may need to compromise with some features, while Minecraft server hostings with premium plans allow you to save all the server data like installed game servers with their IP addresses, maps, uploaded mods, plugins, etc.

Right click Startup, and select edit. A notepad window should open. Here, you'll write the batch script. On the Minecraft download page, the suggested command is as follows: java -Xmx1024M -Xms1024M -jar minecraft_server.1.19.3.jar nogui

It's also worth noting that, if you wish to initialize the server with more memory, you can bump the min/max to 2048, or any multiple of 1024. 2048 is probably ideal, in which case the command should appear as follows: java -Xmx2048M -Xms2048M -jar minecraft_server.1.19.3.jar nogui

Minecraft Realms are personal multiplayer servers that you can use to play with your friends. Your Minecraft Realm is always online and can always be accessed by you or anyone you invite. There are two different types of Realms subscriptions, Realms and Realms Plus.

For larger servers with many players and a large world, the recommended RAM can now be 8 GB or more, depending on the size and complexity of the server. Beyond this, modded Minecraft servers typically require even more RAM than vanilla servers.

This is because mods can entirely redesign or introduce massive features to the game, which can significantly increase the memory usage of the server. As a result, modded Minecraft servers often require at least 8 GB or more of RAM, with some reaching 16 GB and beyond.

A Minecraft server is basically a private network that anyone can create, making it possible for other people to join if they wish to play in multiplayer. Owners can control who gets to join via simple restrictions such as an IP or username. There are additional settings and commands too, for example, rules, PVP mode, limiting the number of players, and several more.

Tighter security and privacy. As you may have heard a couple of hundred times, joining public IPs (third-party Minecraft servers) may increase the risk of your data being pilfered somehow. Running the server yourself can have obvious benefits in terms of keeping security in check.

Additional advantages for this provider include nicely spread-out servers, with 16 server locations around the globe. These include the US, Canada, Brazil, the UK, Turkey, Germany, France, Israel, Japan, Singapore, and Australia. The variety helps keep the latency as low as possible.

The lag-free servers of Apex Hosting have helped this provider make quite a name for itself. It also helps that these servers are fully protected and provide a simple and easy-to-navigate control panel for users, along with quality help and the likes of video tutorials for novices (as well as 24/7 customer support if you get stuck with anything).

ScalaHosting uses virtual-dedicated servers to not lose resources and keep the highest performance from hardware, which means that the resources you purchase are not shared across the other members of the same bare-metal server.

Having specialized servers and support for various games like Minecraft, Ark: Survival Evolved, Rust, Arma 3, and several others, Shockbyte (opens in new tab) is a good option for Minecraft enthusiasts. For this game, their offering starts at $2.50 with a plan called Dirt, which comes with 1GB RAM.

BisectHosting (opens in new tab) server hosting for Minecraft has always been about ease of use and low-cost. It helps that the founders have direct experience in owning servers both in the present and in the past. As such, no matter the size of your multiplayer community, small or big, Bisect has got your back with unlimited player slots.

Founded in 2012, Nodecraft (opens in new tab) is a US-based company that offers server hosting services for various games, Minecraft included. Nodecraft has servers in 12 countries spread out across 5 continents.

As for the Minecraft offering, Nodecraft has four plans, with the cheapest one Nano starting at 9.98$ per month. This will get you 2GB RAM, 10GB SSD storage, 20GB cloud backup, and 5 save&swap servers. All four plans have DDoS protection and free subdomain and dedicated IP.

GG Servers (opens in new tab) is a Canadian hosting provider that specializes in game servers. The provider has 9 server locations around the globe, spread out in Canada, the US, the UK, Finland, Germany, France, Singapore, and Australia.

All servers have DDoS protection, automatic backups, unmetered storage, a 100 MB MySQL database, and instant setup, meaning you can get it running in a few seconds. In addition, all servers have a 99.9% availability and you get a free domain and subdomain. 041b061a72


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