Amazon GameOn allows developers to host in-game events so that customers can compete for bragging rights and prizes. It enables developers with ability to integrate their games with Amazon GameOn competitions. GameOn is a set of APIs that are built on the Amazon Web Service cloud infrastructure. It provides a way to host leaderboards, multi-round competitions, and leagues in any of the countries where AWS exists, and on any operating system, device, surface, or screen size. Some features include; create competitions using the admin console, enable end-users to create competitions in-game, award in-game prizes and real-world prizes and more.
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