Top 5 Best Minecraft Server Hosting Companies

What is the best Minecraft server hosting company? Well, in this video, I go over the Top 5 Best Minecraft server hosts in order to help you pick the best place to start your Minecraft server. There are hundreds of Minecraft server hosting companies out there, and it can be hard to tell them apart. This video narrows the list down to just 5 Minecraft hosting companies and gives you the best part about each of them!

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About this video: In this video, we go over the top 5 best Minecraft server hosting companies on the internet. From the best overall to the most affordable Minecraft server host to even the easiest to setup, everything is covered in the video. So, let’s go ahead and jump on into the top 5 Best Minecraft Server Hosts!

First and foremost, we have Apex Minecraft Hosting. Apex is the best overall #MinecraftHosting company. They have incredible support with both live chat and ticket support. They have an easy to use one-click setup of every popular FTB, Technic, and Twitch/Curse modpacks, and on top of that, they are priced very well at just $3.99 per month for a 512MB #MinecraftServer.

Speaking of price though, next up on our list is the cheapest #Minecraft Server host in the business. We are talking about GameServers! You can start a 512MB Minecraft server with GameServers for just $1 per month. Now, that does come with one major drawback. GameServers has a much harder to use backend than anyone else on this list, and all modpacks must be setup manually with GameServers.

Next up on our list is MCProHosting. This is the name brand of Minecraft hosting companies. MCProHosting has been around for a very long time, and because of that, we have to put them on our list. They have a great live chat and ticket support system, and their ease of use with modpacks and Spigot servers is great. With that though, they are priced a bit higher at $4.99/month for a 512MB server.

Now let’s move on to ScalaCube. ScalaCube is a unique server host as they let you set up as many servers as you want with the RAM you have on your server. These can be modded servers, a network of server, or really anything else you want. With that, they come in at $5 per month for a 768MB server. This isn’t too bad as you can create multiple servers with that $5 you are spending each month.

Last but not least on our list is NodeCraft. NodeCraft is a different than most other server hosting comapnies as NodeCraft allows you to have a 7 day free trial before you are charged for your server. This gives you the chance to decide whether or not you want to use NodeCraft or move on to someone else. This doesn’t come without a higher price though as for just a 1GB server, you will be paying $9.98 per month.

And there you have it! Those are the top 5 best Minecraft server hosting companies. If you have any questions about any of these companies, please post them in the comment section down below. We are more than happy to help you out in any way we possible can. Thanks for watching, and I hope you enjoyed the video!

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anni anni says:

wow im here early

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LegoKitty1128 162 says:

Any suggestions for a modded server host for a max of about 6 players on at once?
About 100-120 mods I have a budget of $10/month if anyone can help, thank you

mrhp02 says:

Very helpful video

Exsaucy says:

I’m about to make a server.. Plans are Hub, Prison, and survival for the start. I’m just going to need to find staff

TroboMC says:

any of these support custom plugins?

MccPlayzMC says:

I’ve honestly been thinking of setting up a server… except I probably wouldn’t use it lol

AlienFX says:

If you just want a 24/7 vanilla minecraft server to play with a few friends, game servers is definitely the way to go because of how cheap they are. Installing plugins and things of that nature is very complicated compared to a lot of other server hosting websites so, it’s best for a vanilla world.

Big 1 Nick says:

Ur name is cool nick is the best

mrhp02 says:

Can you use plugins on all of the server hosts?

RathsGaming says:

I created a forge server 1.12.2. Do I need to Port forwarded so my cousins can join. I’m using my phone’s hotspot. Is there a way to Port forward a hotspot? My carrier is Sprint

BOSS GAMING1719 says:

Does apex have pixelmon

mrcary and kaushik says:

wow cool come let,s see them server hosting

Игрок Космоса says:

How many at least GB of RAM is needed for a server with well 30 mods, for 5 people? I think to buy but I do not know how much

Nathaniel Griffith says:

Great information but you ramble on too long just get to the point

John Scott says:

I’m looking at reviews to see who provides updates in the most timely manner. That wasn’t mentioned unfortunately. Anyone want to chime in? I’m with Gameservers right now and they aren’t quick at all. They usually lag behind the latest Minecraft version by a couple of updates. Are any of the others better?

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