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Syntropy Releases ARK: Survival Evolved Integration

Syntropy integrations have launched for nearly a dozen games, including Team Fortress 2, FiveM, Minecraft, Terraria, and CS:GO.

The gaming industry must be redefined. Security issues are paramount given the sensitivity of gamer data and the ever-growing risk of hacking. Meanwhile, latency and connection stability help determine multi-million dollar prizes. Optimal gameplay, even when playing across continents, must be ensured.

With Syntropy, all connections are encrypted by default, protecting players at the source. When our tech stack is integrated, gamers can also take advantage of Syntropy’s smart routing system (powered by NOIA), which reliably cuts latency while stabilizing connection jitter.

Our technology is scalable to nearly every gaming universe and device. To make adoption as easy as possible, our team and developer community has created official integrations that make it easy for anyone to start gaming on Syntropy today.

Learn more about why integrations are valuable to the Syntropy ecosystem and long-term network adoption by reading this quick primer.

Following similar launches for Team Fortress 2, FiveM, Minecraft, Terraria, and CS:GO, we’re excited to add ARK: Survival Evolved to our growing list of supported titles.

Using the instructions above, you can immediately benefit from Syntropy’s encrypted-by-default capabilities. When our routing system is fully integrated, you’ll also be able to take advantage of our unique performance advantages.

We’re not just launching integrations for gamers. In 2021, we’ve released integrations for decentralized technologies like Ethereum, Ethereum 2.0, Bitcoin, Elrond, Chainlink, and Polkadot — all of which could greatly benefit from a decentralized communication layer that better ensures security and performance.

View the full list of integrations on our GitHub repo here.

Evolve your gameplay with a Syntropy-connected experience.

Next Steps

Our team is working tirelessly as our full tech stack becomes a reality. Continuing to deliver real-world integrations like these not only validates our technology but also provides plug-and-play adoption opportunities.

Have a technology, application, or protocol you’d like to see built on Syntropy? Send us an email at or join our Telegram and start chatting.




Syntropy is an open project providing next-generation connectivity technology for the Internet, powered by $NOIA ⚡️

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