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Innovations for the New Year: Gameserver Solution - Renting a server is easy and uncomplicated

Dedicated game server is making a new start at the beginning of the new year. Because as the saying goes: New year, new luck. With the following innovations we want to grab the luck at the beginning of the year. And welcome the year 2015 with a little variety.

Great news for all Minecraft, Counter Strike or Call of Duty fans: The M and L versions of the game server solution are now available at

With this specially optimized dedicated server, you are able to create up to 30 Minecraft, Call of Duty or Counter Strike servers and make full use of them with your friends. The so-called Teklab web interface simplifies the operation and general use of the server. The price also includes 2 Teamspeak 3 servers so that you can communicate with your comrades and develop tactics during the game.
You can currently play the games Minecraft, Counter Strike and Call of Duty, among others. However, other games such as Arma will follow shortly and will also be made available to existing customers.

In addition, you no longer need to waste time installing or setting up your new server. It is fully available within just 12 hours - and that's guaranteed!

So you just have to sit down and you can start right away. You can get your first game server solution for as little as € 24,99 per month.

Could we arouse your interest? You can find more information directly at via the following link:

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  • Reply Simon Radman 1. June 2016 at 11: 57

    Great info for everyone who wants to get a new gaming server. Personally, I am currently reading up on the topic and am thinking of renting a server so that my gaming becomes smoother, especially with Counter Strike the whole thing was a bit annoying because the graphics weren't good for me. I think a new server could help.

    Above all, the advantage of not having to install or set up a server saves a lot of time and the price sounds really fair. I hope that also applies to 2016. 😉
    Still came across another site about it, is perhaps a little inappropriate to ask here, but does anyone know what to look for when renting a server, or can I tell me about experiences?
    Best regards

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