PC gaming network Raptr has reached 22m members worldwide, the company has revealed.
Raptr CEO Dennis Fong announced that the service is now being used in over 100 countries, adding that an average of 1.5m new players join each month – thanks in large part to the firm's recently released PC game optimization platform.
The service goes through a user's PC game library and determines recommended settings for each title. Fong states that members have optimized their games over 3m times; keeping Raptr's recommendations 91 per cent of the time.
“We are excited to help make the PC gaming experience better in a meaningful way,” Fong said. “Some of the most popular games in the world, like League of Legends, are actually several years old and are being played on older PCs.
“We are unlocking the power of PCs people already own and turning them into capable gaming machines. The response has been overwhelming as our growth rate has practically doubled every month.”
AMD has partnered with Raptr to bring the optimization platform to its customers as well.