Top 5 Best Minecraft Server Hosting Companies of 2021

Hosting Vs Server – Top 5 Best Minecraft Server Hosting Companies of 2021


Top 5 Best Minecraft Server Hosting Companies of 2021

Hosting Vs Server

What are the best Minecraft server hosting companies in 2021? Well, in this video, we show you the top 5 best Minecraft hosting companies from Apex Minecraft Hosting to MCProHosting to GGServers. We dive in-depth with the best of the best Minecraft server hosting companies and cover everything from price to performance and everything in between! Thus, let’s jump into our top 5 best Minecraft server hosting companies of 2021!

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About this video: This video is our complete over of the top 5 best Minecraft server hosting in 2021. We looked at all of the hosting companies for Minecraft and picked out the best server hosting companies for Minecraft. We looked at pricing, server locations, hardware, support, modpacks, and server management on all of the server hosts on this list. We compare all of these hosts on those points, and choose the best Minecraft server hosting company of 2021. Let’s go ahead and jump on into it!

The best Minecraft server hosting company in 2021 is Apex Minecraft Hosting. Apex has competitive pricing, 18 server locations around the world, transparent hardware, an incredible support team, support for over 150 modpacks, and wonder server management. Speaking of hardware, Apex Minecraft Hosting actually lists out all of its hardware right on its site. Something no other hosting company does. As far as support goes, Apex has incredible 24/7 support with the ability to get a real live support rep within one minute no matter what time of day.

Second on our list is Nodecraft. Nodecraft is higher priced, but their server management side of things is really awesome. At Nodecraft, you can easily switch between game modes and modpacks. This is great if you want to try out multiple modpacks on your server, or if you want to setup a bunch of different test servers all on the same server. No other server host offers this, and it truly makes Nodecraft unique in the Minecraft server hosting industry.

Third on our list of Minecraft server hosting companies is Bisect Hosting. Bisect Hosting is our budget Minecraft hosting option. They have very affordable prices on decent hardware. With that, you are limited to 4 server location choices and limited player slots. However, they do have live chat support for most of the day, and for a budget Minecraft server host, there hardware is okay. Their budget option though is why Bisect Hosting made the list!

Fourth in our Minecraft hosts list is MCProHosting. MCProHosting is a very popular server hosting company for Minecraft. They have been around a long time. MCProHosting is priced higher than others of similar quality on this list. They also have longer support times, and they do not have 24/7 live chat support. With that though, they have 23 locations, the most on our list, and a really cool custom panel that is very mobile friendly.

Last but not least on our list is GGServers. At GGServers, you will find a budget and premium server option. We recommend the premium option that will unlock better hardware, more server locations, and a truly incredible server management panel that takes Multicraft to the next level. GGServers truly has the best backend I have ever seen. They also have decent support that is available 24 hours a day via live chat.

And there you have it! That is our list of the Minecraft server hosting companies in 2021. Did we miss a great Minecraft server host? If so, let us know in the comment section below, and if we did help you find the perfect Minecraft server host, be sure to give this video a thumbs up and subscribe to the channel. It really helps us out, and it means a ton to me. Thank you very, very much in advance!

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  1. I suggest using Pebblehost because you can get 1GB for 1$ as well as a 3.7GHZ cpu. The premium plan gets a i9-10900k 5ghz and starts at 2.50$ per gb of ram.
    Personally I had Pebblehost for 1 month, it was good but I kind of wanted to host my own. I did the budget plan with 6 gigabytes and about 4 players online average and 10 players max, it handled it pretty well, I do wish I got Premium plan 5gb because I noticed the cpu got overloaded a lot on the budget. Anyways, this is just my suggestion, hope you find a solution!

    Full review
    I really did like the host, it was great and had really good guides! They were cheap and had good pricing. I did hate that some plugins you had to download some app that lets you access the files to put things like dynmap in it, it was somewhat complicated and really wished that it was easier. The game virtually never lagged, only when you have a ton players and when they were all stressing the server. (Tnt, a lot of mining) I did notice that in the monitor panel, the cpu got overloaded a lot sometimes working at 120%!!!! On average the server only used up 3-4gb, so I did kind of overspend on 6, probably could’ve gone with 5. Overall I payed 10$ for 6gb, 3.7GHZ cpu, a nice ui, ddos protection and paper installation. Would I recommend Pebblehost? Somewhat, I really liked them, their pricing was good but they always required you to remember to pay at the end of the month which can get annoying and my subscription got cancelled because of it. I do want to run my own server just because I know that it won’t be held back in performance by other servers running on the same cpu and also because I know it’ll have good internet.
    Pebblehost gets a solid 8.5/10 from me, a great hosting service that’s cheap and affordable.
    Thank-you!

  2. Hello, your videos have helped me a lot, but I can't quite find what I'm looking for, perhaps you could help me in the comments? My question is how do I add plugins to my own Minecraft server (not bukkit or spigot or anything like that) just my own server, in my server folder (where there is the eula and whitelist and server properties, etc) please help

  3. hi

    So,my parent don't have enough money to buy me a minecraft account if someone have one and he don't need it . if there's by any chance to someone to give it to me ,i'd be verry thankfull

  4. Hello I’m curious on two different things I need help. I’m getting Java tomorrow. Is it better to download it or buy it in the play store. Second question is I have bedrock also can I use my Xbox login to get my worlds on Java?

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