Posted Sunday 20th January 2013 by Reilly
As some of you may have noticed, Blizzard Entertainment has managed to at least lower some of the ping times for World of Warcraft. While many players have seen notable improvements since the release of the final patches of Cataclysm, others experience severe World Server lag, outages, and ping spikes.
Even if you aren’t subject to some of the more severe connection issues, all players see an improvement by using Lowerping. Lowerping uses advanced proxy redirection technology to improve connection strength and reduce spikes in your ping in World of Warcraft. Players can expect much greater reaction time in endgame situations.
World of Warcraft’s servers are still essentially unstable. No technology in the world can handle the heavy load of players signing on during peak hours on the busiest servers. With the way Blizzard’s native server technology works, low population servers are just as bad if not worse when it comes to connection speed and stability. The more players who load into the server, the more the server caches. If the server cache is more up to date, players experience less lag spikes and disconnections.
Lowerping can help reduce in-game lag and connection instability with just a simple click of a button. Select the server nearest to your World of Warcraft battlegroup and apply the settings to World of Warcraft automatically.
You may not see as drastic a decrease in latency with Lowerping as you did during the beginning of Cataclysm, but Lowerping helps you make a more direct connection with the World of Warcraft servers, meaning you will experience less lag spikes, dropped connections, and network incompatibility issues.
Try out Lowerping today and feel the difference in World of Warcraft! Lowerping uses patented proxy technology to re-route your connection directly to the Battle.net server farms. Lowerping is equally useful for players in distant countries as well as gamers in the United States and Australia. If you’re tired of unpredictable connection issues, Lowerping is the most economical and most effective solution for you.
Posted Thursday 8th September 2011 by Reilly
I'm sure you are all wondering why I am advertising another website, well the answer is simple. Since World of Ming closed down the blogging industry for World of Warcraft has been missing. Personally I have been wanting to take a crack at making a blogging site for quite a while now and recently saw the opportunity.
A little bit about MMORIG and where it stands now. This site has only been live for a week now and we already have some of the best players in the world working for us, from PvE to PvP we will try to cater to all aspects of WoW. Top tier PvP players such as Gymped 5x rank 1 Warrior, Hasuit possibly the best hunter in the World and Falauris the PvE Guru.
Now lets talk about where I want it go in the future. Ontop of blogging I will be adding other free additions such as:
Raid Strategy: We will be providing in depth guides including videos with commentary for the latest raid content as it comes out for every boss.
PvP Movies: We will be providing movies with in depth commentary showing people how the top tier players get to where they are. In a nutshell we will be doing Skillcapped for free.
Macros: Let's face it macros can be confusing and annoying, MMORIG will be providing a service where you describe what you want the macro to do, and we will get someone to make it for you.
I will leave it there for now but I hope you can spare the time to check it out at some point as it will continually be getting better.
Posted Friday 1 July 2011 by Reilly
We have added 3 new west coast servers to try solve some of these bad routing issues. We believe we have fixed the issue for alot of our users and from the results its looking promising, however we would love to hear more feedback on our forums.
We are looking to extend our Europe servers over the next few weeks. We encourage all our users playing on the Europe servers with bad latency to give us some feedback on these server routes. To contribute to our server findings please visit the support forum.
Posted Friday 1 July 2011 by Reilly
As always we would love to thank all our participants who got involved in Lowerping Sponsorship this season. We had so many teams come up over the entire season, we are proud to have ended up with 39 teams in the top 30. At one point we had 54 teams in the top 30!
Now that some of our competitors are starting to employ this marketing strategy it seems that blizzard is cracking down on advertising through arena teams. To make sure all of our users are safe from punishment we are changing a few of our rules on sponsorship, mostly you can't use ".com" in an arena team anymore. So to all our future sponsors we hope that you carefully read our rules before naming your team.
Finishing on a positive note, our number of sponsored teams doubled as it has every seasons for 3 seasons now. I can't wait to see what will happen in season 10...
Good luck everyone next season.