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#1 Jose_49

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Posted 05 June 2014 - 19:44

Yo! Heeeeellloooooooo

 

I am organizing a League of Legends tournament with a couple of friends. I need to know which is the best Internet speed for having low ping and having those 10 PCs connected.

 

Also, what would be the requirement to have a second PC and stream the game via Twitch?

 

Thanks a million people!




#2 Richard C.

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Posted 11 June 2014 - 00:36

Since ping and speed are unrelated the speed of service is less important for gaming than low latency.



#3 sc302

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Posted 12 June 2014 - 14:39

low ping relys on quality of service at your house.  everyone that offers high speed (even dsl) will be fast enough for your needs. the question becomes who can deliver the cleanest service to your house....that is a variable that I cannot determine from this end of the internet as it has to do with location to CO, age of lines, and how many people are connected to the pole you connect to.  I am not the phone company or the cable company and cannot give you this type of information, and I highly doubt that they will divulge that info to you either.

 

my suggestion is to get what you can afford. 



#4 OP Jose_49

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Posted 12 June 2014 - 16:37

Since ping and speed are unrelated the speed of service is less important for gaming than low latency.

 

 

low ping relys on quality of service at your house.  everyone that offers high speed (even dsl) will be fast enough for your needs. the question becomes who can deliver the cleanest service to your house....that is a variable that I cannot determine from this end of the internet as it has to do with location to CO, age of lines, and how many people are connected to the pole you connect to.  I am not the phone company or the cable company and cannot give you this type of information, and I highly doubt that they will divulge that info to you either.

 

my suggestion is to get what you can afford. 

 

Thank you all!