Match Maker Plus
Match Maker Plus


MM+ is for developers making multi-player games. It's a match making and management system for players, and, top level management tools for multiplayer games. That's the "+" in MM+!

Managing player  accounts, lobbies, payment gateways, and building economies both inside and outside the game, are all part of MM+. More? MM+ is a stand alone application that will run on your server. This means no monthly fee's and no CCU throttling by service oriented match making companies.

MM+ will offer full integration instructions and tech support via direct communication with the developer, and, a tech forum for the community. We'll get you up and running on your own server for one flat fee! 

MM+ saves developers time by providing the match making and player management framework, without having to create it yourself. Focus on the game, let MM+ handle the match making.

MM+ is built on c++ and contains wrappers for c# and java script. This makes it fast and versatile to fit your application integration needs.


  • Match making (inlcudes skill based matching)
  • No CCU Limits
  • Player account creation
  • Player data logging
  • Lobby system
  • Player messaging (local and global)
  • Leader boards
  • Web based management system for admins and players
  • Game key generation
  • Patching management
  • Payment gateways
  • Monetization and micro transaction
  • News letter and bulk email players
  • In game promotions and admin messaging
  • Metrics gathering for productivity and targeting
  • Econmomy building
  • Has a built in QOS tester

Why use MatchMaker Plus?

  1. MM+ is compatible with RakNet, Unet, Photon, Bolt, and other network solutions.
  2. MM+ runs on your server.
  3. No monthly fees.

Customizable classes

  • PlayerData
  • HighScores
  • Rooms

Server customizations

  • Output logs for each method call
  • Port changing
  • Update games messages without recompiling
  • Push game updates and patches

The API in Development








Scriptable objects allow easier configuration


Development time line

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