Level 3 CDN Powers Global Online Gaming for Nival Games Such As "Prime World"
BROOMFIELD, Colo. and LONDON, May 8, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The Level 3 Communications, Inc. (NYSE:LVLT, news, filings) content delivery network (CDN) has been selected by Russian game developer Nival to improve the experience of its role-playing and strategy games, including Prime World and Blitzkrieg, as the company expands globally.
Nival currently has thirty million people playing its games worldwide. In order to target gamers in North America and Europe in 2014, Nival needed a global and secure CDN that would support the resulting anticipated growth in data volumes, while still providing an optimal online gaming experience. That need brought them to Level 3, whose CDN allows gamers all over the world to access Nival's content from the server nearby to them, thereby reducing download times.
"Level 3 has a solid and reliable reputation, which we trust to support our increasing number of players," said Sergey Orlovskiy, Founder and CEO of Nival. "In fact, since using Level 3's CDN, we have seen a significant improvement in feedback regarding queue and load times from players around the world. Not only does Level 3's CDN improve our technical capabilities, but also it enhances our reputation as we continue to build our player base for Prime World and future games."
Tim Passingham, SVP, Enterprise Business, EMEA, Level 3 Communications said: "Level 3's CDN is engineered to seamlessly deliver high-quality online content to end-users, allowing Nival to spend more time designing and developing the best games possible and less time thinking about how to deliver them online."
More information on Level 3's CDN can be found here.
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Nival is an independent game developer focused on the strategy genre. The company was founded in 1996 by games industry veteran Sergey Orlovskiy, who currently serves as company's CEO. Nival began to self-publish its own games in 2005. Nival's track record includes the best-selling Blitzkrieg, Prime World, Heroes of Might and Magic V, Silent Storm and Etherlords game series. With offices in Hallandale, Florida; Moscow and St. Petersburg, Russia; Kiev, Ukraine and Minsk, Belarus Nival currently has more than 200 employees across four development studios. For more details about the company, please visit http://nival.com.
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