RallyHere's GDC 2024 Presence: Insights, Networking, and New Games

Gaming Staff • March 15, 2024

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RallyHere's GDC 2024 Presence: Insights, Networking, and New Games

RallyHere, a distinguished company with a 15-year history in the gaming industry, is set to participate in the Game Developers Conference (GDC) 2024, taking place in San Francisco from March 18-22. The company has supported over 200 million players across renowned titles such as SMITE, Paladins, Rogue Company, Realm Royale, and Divine Knockout.

During GDC 2024, RallyHere invites attendees to engage in discussions about multiplayer game development, sharing insights on improving player experiences, tackling pre/launch/post challenges, and optimizing scalability across various platforms. The company will also host a networking mixer in partnership with i3D.net and Modulate on March 20 at 6pm PT, offering an opportunity for industry leaders to connect and share ideas.

RallyHere's Head of Marketing, Nancy Garcia, will deliver a lecture on Friday, March 22 at 11:30am PT, discussing how data, IPs, and LiveOps can increase player engagement, revenue, and multiplatform publishing success. The lecture will be held in Room 2010, West Hall, at the Moscone Center.

RallyHere currently supports the backend for five upcoming titles from external partners and six additional games from Hi-Rez Studios, including the much-anticipated SMITE 2. The company also recently supported Tribes 3: Rivals from Prophecy Games during Steam's Next Fest, which has now launched in early access.

RallyHere offers a comprehensive backend game platform and service, providing matchmaking, server orchestration, cross-platform accounts, analytics, in-game store, live operations, and more. Founded in early 2023 by Hi-Rez Studios veterans, RallyHere aims to bring world-class live-services operations to game developers of all sizes.

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