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Networks and standards and servers – oh, my!

Many of the gaming technology terms bandied about these days revolve around an idea of high-speed gaming, which may or may not be the standards-based, high-speed gaming that we here at RadBlue have dedicated ourselves. But what really differentiates “networked gaming” from “server-based gaming” from “gaming standards”? Perhaps some definitions are in order: Networked Gaming […]

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A short history of gaming technology

I’m regularly asked how G2S is better or different than what is currently on gaming floors. In a nutshell, it all comes down to speed and the ability to innovate. First, let’s talk about how we got to the current comfortable solution we’re all enjoying, and later, we can discuss why change is really for the better. In the […]

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G2S – Why Should I Care?

There’s been much talk in the last few years about server-based gaming and G2S (the new web-based Game To System messaging protocol from the Gaming Standards Association), but most folks out there are wondering why they should pay more than a couple of seconds attention to this new phenomenon. Fifteen years ago, folks were saying the […]

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