Improve the player experience with stream processing

Faster game starts. Fewer cheats and chat problems. A more rewarding player experience. Here’s how stream processing is defining the future of gaming.

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What can you build with Quix?

Faster matchmaking

Waiting up to a minute — or more — to start a multiplayer game? What a buzzkill. Quix helps players get out of the lobby and into the game faster. Data stream processing drives seamless, smarter matches. Group players of a similar caliber for a more satisfying experience.

Prevent cheating

You want to eject the cheats who use bots or devices to boost their scores and kill rates. But they’re tough to spot. Use Quix and machine learning to detect abnormal behavior that could indicate cheating, auto-moderate it, or send it for human review. Hasta la vista, baby.

Moderate chat

Gaming chat rooms are increasingly vulnerable to messages of hatred, racism and terrorist grooming. How do you keep them safe? Quix equips you with sentiment analysis models to stop hate in its tracks. Use ML to spot h1dd3n messages. Auto-detect problematic language and forward it to moderators.

Increase revenue

Freemium games can quickly build a fanbase — but how can you best promote in-app purchases to generate revenue? Stream processing helps you influence gamers by using ML to serve specific offers or items at exactly the right time. It’s data-driven context that converts.

Increase play time

Use the power of streams — context for each gamer’s journey — to match player rewards to your business objectives. Map user journeys to benefit gamers with hints, tips, rewards and badges. Nudge them to the next status level or a hot item in the store. Live data makes this personalization possible.

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Changing the gaming industry

Quix was founded by Formula 1 McLaren engineers who know a thing or two about speed and excitement.

From optimizing the F1 experience to working with leading video and multiplayer game publishers, Quix delivers a powerful platform to build the world’s fastest, most dynamic and fan-satisfying game experiences.

Ready to learn more? Try our no-code streaming data game demo to transform your phone into a game controller. Or chat with a friendly expert about what else you can do with Quix.

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