Mojang to maneuver Minecraft to Microsoft’s Azure servers

Developer Mojang is shifting its smash-hit Minecraft from Amazon Internet Providers to the Azure platform run by its mum or dad firm Microsoft.

That’s according to CNBC, which says that the blockbuster can be shifting to Azure as Microsoft appears to carry extra of its on-line companies onto that platform. The Huge M has beforehand it desires to carry LinkedIn – which it purchased for $26.2bn again in 2016 – to Azure, too.

Microsoft purchased Minecraft and Mojang again in 2014 for a whopping $2.5bn. The got here shortly after the studio partnered with Amazon Internet Providers for its on-line infrastructure.

“Mojang Studios has used AWS up to now, however we’ve been migrating all cloud companies to Azure over the previous few years,” a Microsoft rep stated.

Since its launch, Minecraft has sold more than 200m copies, as of Might 2020. Microsoft claims that 126m folks play it every month.

Mojang rebranded as Mojang Studios earlier this year, too. 

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