ServerShots.com -- Your #1 Frag Tracking Service
ServerShots was founded in January 2004 under the direction of Chad "HWA" Marshall. One of the leaders of Advanced Strike Force, a small, close-knit group of gamers, Marshall was creating a new site for the clan. He was looking for a good server monitor tool to place on the site to show people how active ASF's game servers were. He was surprised by the lack of a simple to use utility that could be setup for any game server in a matter of minutes that didn't require a great deal of effort to integrate with a web page. Deciding that there was nothing available that offered the abilities he wanted, he created a new tool. Hence, ServerShots was born. Since the creation of its first working ServerShot for Battlefield 1942, ServerShots has strived to provide simple to use tools for clans and sites across the world to be able to track their game servers live on any web page, anywhere on the Internet. We have expanded our operations to monitor over 20 different games and their modifications. Recently we have begun to branch out into other services, offering custom ServerShot designs to meet the needs of customers and monitors for different types of servers, such as Teamspeak Blocks. We continue to work on innovative services for the gaming community in the hopes to provide gamers with an inexpensive method of making their web site stand out from everybody else.
"I had recently created a new website and was looking for a custom server monitor to place on my main page...I found servershots and asked them if they could create me one and a couple days later they had it done. If your looking for the best server monitor out on the market servershots fits the bill perfect. Great customer service and fast replies to any questions you have."
"Hey there everyone! This is DDDAndrew from BF1942Files.com. We use servershots to track our server 24/7, and let me tell you, its just about a blessing! It always shows the correct amount of players, the right settings, and even the IP address! I am proud to be sponsered by such a great organization! I was so impressed that I got another one for CoDFiles.com.
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- “ServerShots.com -- Your #1 Frag Tracking Service”
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