This project and guide is a community contribution by Alex K. Enjoy the guide. If you want to host your own Minecraft Server -- all from a Raspberry Pi -- this project is for you! Minecraft is a cool adventure game with multiplayer functionality. There are many Minecraft server hosting companies around the world, that charge varying prices, but with this project you can host a Minecraft server yourself for free! With balena Minecraft Server, you can host and manage your own server right on a Raspberry Pi 4.
Minecraft Server Hosting Features
We provide Minecraft Server Hosting at an affordable price. Simple one click install for over unique modpacks. See the full list of available servers! Snapshot, Sponge, Cauldron, Forge, Modpacks etc.
Minecraft Hosting Features
Start your Minecraft server in a few clicks. All plans include advanced automated hardware protection to make sure your server is protected. With cloud based VPS, your files can be restored in seconds any time of the day. All plans include full root access, letting you install any mods and plugins you like. With Multicraft panel, manage your Minecraft server with ease. All Minecraft hosting plans include full root access and flexible daemon that lets you add or remove any mods or plugins with just a few clicks. Each plan comes with preinstalled mods that you can add or remove at any time. With full root access add your own mods with no restrictions. Enjoy lowest latency and unmatched reliability as we deploy in globally connected Tier-3 datacenters.
Since their launch in , Shockbyte have evolved from hosting a custom Minecraft game for Australian gamers, to one of the largest providers of game hosting services in the world, with more than 25 million gamers regularly connecting to their servers. Since their earliest days, internationalising their business has been a long-term goal, and OVHcloud has been a constant partner in this regard, delivering and maintaining the world-class bare-metal servers they build their services on, and supporting their ongoing expansion round the world. Based on this hands-on experience, they were keen to design their infrastructure to meet these challenges head-on, in order to provide both a great service to customers, and a great gaming experience to end users. First of all, both professional gamers and hobbyists demand exceptional performance from their servers, with the lowest possible latency. This makes quality hardware, a high level of automation, and the ability to geolocate servers essential.