GameRail made its debut at Quakecon yesterday. GameRail is sort of like a VPN for gamers. The service allows you to connect to their network at claims to be able to reduce your ping time significantly.
One of the guys at the GameRail booth even made claims that the ping time could be reduced as much as 30% to 50%. The cool part about GameRail is that you can still play anyone, anywhere not just other gamers using the GameRail system.
The way GameRail works is by using superior routing which reduces the number of hops needed to reach the server the game you are playing is hosted on. Anyone who plays online games knows that lag is the bane of an online gamer’s existence. GameRail is putting their money where their mouth is and offering a free 30 day trial for you to see how well their system performs. Via GameRail
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